Anonymity at the WaPo

I like Brady quite a bit, I met him down at the WeMedia event in Miami. Smart guy and pretty well tuned to the requirements to win in online. Having said that, I’ll give up my right to be anonymous when the WaPo gives up it’s right to quote anonymous sources.

Brady, executive editor of The Washington Post’s online division, said during a panel discussion at the Digital Hollywood conference here that he would like to see a technology that could identify people who violate site standards–and if need be–automatically kick them off for good.

[From wants identities of readers who post comments | Tech news blog – CNET]