The field [PDN.sub.i] denotes a pseudonym
generated by node [X.sub.i] for this session, the field [K.sub.i] denotes a symmetric session key generated randomly by node [X.sub.i] that will be used to encrypt the data from neighbor (this field is not set in this phase).
"A tiny number of people knew my pseudonym
, and it has not been pleasant to wonder for days how a woman whom I had never heard of prior to Sunday night could have found out something that many of my oldest friends did not know," (http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/jk-rowlings-pseudonym-revealed-by-her-own-law-firm/article13298335/) Rowling said in a statement .
The squad identified an Asian who used an employee's password and pseudonym
to have access to the LMRA electronic system.
Anonymity results when the real identity of the author of text is not known; therefore, both using a pseudonym
(invented name different from the author's real name) and not using a name at all are considered sub-sets of anonymity.
Mr R A Vant should not be getting uptight about readers using pseudonyms
or not having replies to his letters published.
Dr Brooke Magnanti has come out and told the world she was the former call girl who blogs under the pseudonym
Whether you call it a pen name, pseudonym
, nom de plume (French for pen name), or stage name, it does the same thing: Hide your real identity.
In a case of first impression, a three-judge panel of the Second Circuit has ruled that a lower court did not balance "relevant interests" in denying a pro se plaintiff's request to use a pseudonym
and ultimately dismissing her case.
So I became understandably intrigued when a recent ASA book review list included a short tome by an author adopting the pseudonym
Well the answer is simple--John Lange is a pseudonym
and "Zero Cool" is a work which has remained out-of-print for close to 39 years.
Giddings, again writing under the "Suzy" pseudonym
, then suggested that the Rhyl girl join them for group sex.