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The Age of the Anonymous Protest Is Over

Crowds may provide a sense of shared purpose, strength in numbers, and a physical embodiment of the spirit of collective action. But in the age of digital surveillance, they do not provide anonymity.

Protesters gather in New York City. Photo: Anadolu Agency/Getty Images




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