Pew Research Center Releases New Report on Future of the Internet

The Pew Research Center has released its fourth annual "The Future of the Internet" report. The report, part of the Center's Internet and American Life Project, surveyed the views of technology experts, stakeholders, and critics regarding their expectations about the changes and the future of the internet. When asked to share his view "about the future of anonymous activity online," EPIC Executive Director Marc Rotenberg explained, "The privacy and civil liberties battles over the next decade will increasingly focus on the growing demands for identity credentials. New systems for authentication will bring new problems as more identity information will create new opportunities for criminals."

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