Russ Housley skrev:
I cannot find one. It seem to be a hole than needs filled.
At the time when I was assistant chair of the ICANN DNSO General
Assembly, we had this exact problem with the many identities of "Jeff
Williams"; he had enough pseudo-personalities on the list that he would
sometimes claim to have a majority, jut from his own postings.
We resolved that by imposing a rule that when someone challenged whether
a person was distinct from another person, that person had to prove to
*someone* trusted by the community (not necessarily the accuser or the
chairs) that these identities were distinct, for instance by offering
copies of legal ID, or any other means convincing to that individual.
In the case of "Jeff Williams", the only evidence produced was phone
calls from various identities with similar-sounding voices, so all but
one of his identities were barred from the list.
It's not a pretty problem, but it's eminently solvable - and without
impinging much on the ability to speak anonymously.
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