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Anthony Cascione is an affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, where he is involved with Professor Charles Nesson’s Nymity project. Anthony was formerly the project manager of the Nymity project while a fellow at BKC.

The Nymity project investigates the utility of pseudonymous, text-based communication platforms aimed toward opening discourse and building trust in closed-network groups. At present, the project is developing a pro-social media platform to assist deliberants in constructively approaching issues on which they have profound differences of belief through a game-like structure.

Projects & Tools


The Nymity project posits the utility of pseudonymous, text-based communication platforms in promoting civil discourse within closed-network environments. Our approach is inspired…


Nymspace is a Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) tool developed to provide a pseudonymous, forum-like experience for groups to come together for meaningful discussions.