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Is It Ethical To Pretend You're Someone Else Online?

from the i'm-really-a-47-year-old-chain-smoking-truckdriver-from-tulsa dept

If you spend any time lurking in online chat rooms, chances are the identities that you encounter are slightly inflated visions of their actual selves.. This brings up an interesting ethical dilemma, is it ethical to assume different identities online? I think that’s part of the fun, eh?

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