Marketplace Tech Report for Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Jan 1, 2013

Marketplace Tech Report for Tuesday, January 1, 2013

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Instead of a  new digital trend for this New Year, how about getting rid of an old one before it hurts more people? There's an argument that the era of anonymously creeping around the internet being a jerk without consequence is coming to an end. And as we take stock of our lives to start a new year, here's an unsettling question. What if all that's left of us when we're gone is what we did online?

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Happy New Year: A proposed end to 'trolling' and your life digitally archived

Jan 1, 2013
Editor of Mashable Lance Ulanoff declares the end of online anonymous bullying, and imagining a digital archive of all our internet activity.

Instead of a  new digital trend for this New Year, how about getting rid of an old one before it hurts more people? There’s an argument that the era of anonymously creeping around the internet being a jerk without consequence is coming to an end. And as we take stock of our lives to start a new year, here’s an unsettling question. What if all that’s left of us when we’re gone is what we did online?

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