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Secondo la Carlucci l’anonimato in rete andrebbe abolito, ma una recente indagine di HubSpot su oltre un milione e settecentomila utenti di internet, fuga ogni dubbio: “Though the World Wide Web is still littered with aliases and anonymous monikers, today’s tech-savvy users have shunned going incognito and are signing on with their real names. As the Internet has evolved into a crucial professional, socializing and marketing tool, it has also created an imperative to be oneself online.

Quindi l’anonimato in rete non paga e gli utenti se ne sono accorti: chi informa la Carlucci?

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