Marty Schwimmer pointed me today to an article called “How to Unmask and Anonymous Blogger.”
I thought it would be a compilation of some of the practical “Internet detective” tips many people use these days to track down owners of websites, commenters and the like. Instead, it focused on subpoenas and other litigation techniques.
Where’s the fun in that?
There are a whole set of techniques that can be used that may be more effective and certainly will be cheaper than the techniques mentioned in the article, which I see as last resorts to take if the practical techniques don’t work. If you work from that premise, the article is a good one, but mis-titled.
For some good examples of practical tactics I referred to, do some exploring in the links from Doc Searls post “Tale of Whoa.”
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