Anonymity

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Protective ShieldPlay
Anonymity can safeguard a person's privacy or security when discussing sensitive information. SlideShe donated to the charity under anonymity to avoid public attention.
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Witness SafetyPlay
Anonymity is often crucial for protecting witnesses who could be at risk if their identities were known. SlideThe court granted him anonymity to protect him from potential retaliation.
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Not Always TotalPlay
Anonymity doesn't guarantee that someone won't be recognized, it just makes it less likely. SlideDespite her anonymity in the report, people who knew her guessed her identity.