New Commenting Protocol

07/19/2005 at 09:30 PM ET

Starting today, we are switching over to a new type of comment protocol that uses TypeKey, which is a comment authentication service.   It’s a way for commenters to be accountable for their comments.

For those of you who are worried about your privacy, let me assure you that TypeKey is a completely pseudonymous system meaning that no personally identifying information is required to use it – except for your email address but it doesn’t have to be your primary email address.  It does mean that you can’t use a bogus email address if you want to comment.

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