Ahh I had read that, but not lately. I don't think a pseudonym is the protection it once was, well it didn't work for JK Rowling or Stephen King. And JK Rowling was outed by an algorithm. Actually it happens here too, people post anonymously and are "outed", or at least accused of being someone else. BrowserUK has replied to an anonymous post to say, hey this wasn't me, because the style of writing was so similar. But the real identifying information is not the name you post under but your digital fingerprint, IP, browser, etc. So I don't see how rights are conveyed using a real name vs a handle.
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