And remember, the worst of atrocities have been done under the umbrella of "it is best for society". :)
Godwin again -- your argument must be ironclad!
For me "anonymity" is a goal in itself, for you it seems that it is just a cloak which allows one to hold a conversation for which one cannot be held accountable or censured by negative XP and the "branding" allows such conversations to be held clearly. I think that is a perversion of the concept of AM.
For all your talk of governments, just what do you think anonymity is used for?
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