Though anonymous speech demands skepticism, it is extremely important for whistleblowers and people in countries unfriendly to free speech. Anonymous blogging has become a useful tool in these situations, but staying anonymous isn’t as simple as just leaving your real name off of your blog. The following resources lay out some tools and techniques for blogging anonymously:
2. At BlogSafer, one can find country-specific anonymous blogging guides (Malaysia, Zimbabwe, etc.) in both wiki and doc format.
4. In 2005, Reporters Without Borders produced the Handbook for Bloggers and Cyber-Dissidents. The link on the official RSF page no longer directs to the handbook, but I was able to find the pdf here. The technical information in the handbook is quite dated, but the personal accounts and directions for good, honorable blogging are worth the read.