anonymous post


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anonymous post

A message that cannot be traced to the person who created it. See anonymous remailer.
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During Thursday's closing arguments, Richards restated Khan was not aware of why anyone would be threatened by the seemingly anonymous post on a "garbage website." He did, however, say he's glad Khan was tracked down.
An anonymous post on Facebook community page Wokingham Gossip Girls claims the woman left Spin Bar in Denmark Street, Wokingham early on Saturday morning and got into a waiting taxi on Elms Road.
The anonymous post described the US legal eagle as 'a scumbag' and accused him paying for his firm's positive reviews on the web.
Security forces arrested an Egyptian-American who allegedly called for targeting governmental and foreign institutions in an anonymous post on a Jihadist website.
An anonymous post to website Pastebin, traditionally used to save text users would like to paste elsewhere later, contained a list of hundreds of email log-ins and passwords the hacker claimed were linked to Dropbox account.
In an anonymous post on 4 August, BBC sports journalist Gary Lineker is accused of "startling hypocrisy" for his criticism of the Qatar World Cup because he used to host UEFA Champions League coverage for Al Jazeera, which is owned by the Qatari government.
The anonymous post appeared to be targeted at a group of female customers who were alleged to have used the Excelsior Road drive-thru between 1pm and 1.30pm yesterday.
MAY 7, 2012: Minutes after Cardiff City's play-off defeat against West Ham, an anonymous post on an internet messageboard claims the club are to be rebranded from blue to red at the insistence of Tan.
Last week the website published an anonymous post giving advice to demonstrators on how to evade arrest.
After the vote, library board member Bruce Skaug wrote an anonymous post on a local blog titled "The Unequivocal Notion" blasting the people who supported keeping the books.
From her anonymous post as a human number cruncher, Leavitt established a key method by which astronomers could measure the cosmos.
Warren started the PostSecret Project of encouraging people to share their secrets, "regret, fear, betrayal, confession," by sending him anonymous post cards.