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Pseudonymity is the near-anonymous state in which a user has a consistent identifier that is not their real name: a pseudonym. In pseudonymous systems, real identities are only available to site administrators.
Pseudo-anonymity is the appearance – but not the reality--of anonymity online. Most often, pseudo-anonymity enables anonymous posting and commenting.
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