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Grand Theft Troll? Anonymity encourages bad behaviour in online computer games, but group discipline wins the day

Flaming. Trolling. Griefing. Cheating. Most players of massive multi-player online games, such as GTA Online, have been victims of activities like these. New research investigates the drivers and group dynamics of these kind of behaviors.
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