Difference between revisions of "Fake Identifier"

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#[[Subject ID]]s that represent legal entities and do not represent themselves as some [[Entity]] that they are not.
 
#[[Subject ID]]s that represent legal entities and do not represent themselves as some [[Entity]] that they are not.
 
#[[Pseudonym]]s which are alternate [[Identifier]]s representing alternate personas of a real human being (or perhaps other legal entity).
 
#[[Pseudonym]]s which are alternate [[Identifier]]s representing alternate personas of a real human being (or perhaps other legal entity).
#[[Independent User Agent]]s that are sanctioned to operate on behalf of a real human being or other legal entity.
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#[[Independent User Agent]]s [[Identifier]]s that are sanctioned to operate on behalf of a real human being (or perhaps other legal entity).
  
 
==Problems==
 
==Problems==

Revision as of 15:04, 11 January 2019

Full Title or Meme

Identities that appear to be controlled and representative of real human beings, but are actually controlled by bots for their own purposes.

Context

  • There are three types of Identifier that are not considered "Fake" for the purposes of this definition:
  1. Subject IDs that represent legal entities and do not represent themselves as some Entity that they are not.
  2. Pseudonyms which are alternate Identifiers representing alternate personas of a real human being (or perhaps other legal entity).
  3. Independent User Agents Identifiers that are sanctioned to operate on behalf of a real human being (or perhaps other legal entity).

Problems

Solutions

A Fake Identifier is also one category of Artificial Identifier.

References