Over the last year or so, Jordan Peterson has been very critical of the quality of online discourse, attributing much of the problem to anonymous/pseudonymous accounts. He refers to such accounts as 'troll demons' or 'dark tetrad types', and has expressed his desire to see them separated from 'verified' users. While his complaints are not unwarranted, I feel that his proposed solutions are overly simplistic, and fail to appreciate the role of anonymous expression, and the dangers/downsides of trying to remove it. As a result, I invited three other bitcoiners (one anon) on to discuss the issue. Enjoy! -- More from the guys: John Carvalho:
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