anonymity application


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anonymity application

Software that is used for anonymous surfing. Anonymity applications use public proxy servers or their own private proxy servers to hide the original IP address of the user. They may also include encryption capabilities. See anonymous proxy.
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And he told the younger girl: "You are more robust, but in your case too I refuse the anonymity application."
An anonymity application by the 32-year-old's lawyer Paddy MacDermott was refused by District Judge Barney McElholm.
The judge dismissed the anonymity application earlier this week, after editors at three national newspapers and a news agency raised objections.
The coroner refused an anonymity application by the officers, but her decision was overturned by a High Court judge who said they should not be identified unless and until it was necessary.
They will seek anonymity application on behalf of his three clients when the inquiry resumes on Monday.
At a hearing in London yesterday, Phillippa Kaufmann QC told Mr Justice Supperstone that there had been "a true loss of confidence" in retired High Court judge Sir John Mitting by many core participants over his handling of anonymity applications by former officers.
The coroner said there could be more anonymity applications in the future, but stressed that she would consider each case on its own merits.
An examination of anonymity applications by certain witnesses was also ongoing.