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Soundbite: real names don’t mean higher quality comments

Posted on: January 16, 2012

It is definitely a balancing act but for us it’s all about helping people to have quality discussions, whether people want to use a pseudonym or not. It seems as though most people currently associate a commenter using their real name as one who produces a higher quality comment. We’re looking to let everyone know, by our data, that’s incorrect

Talton Figgins, Disqus

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