Niezarejestrowany użytkownik

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Niezalogowani użytkownicy są nazywani Niezarejestrowanymi użytkownikami lub IP użytkownika. Użytkownicy ci nie mogą edytować stron niechronionych lub połowicznie chronionych; ich edycje pojawiają się w historii strony przy adresie IP, z którego zostały utworzone.

On Wikimedia wikis, unregistered users were originally only at a minor disadvantage to registered users, but as time passed, more features have become unavailable to them. Unregistered users cannot move pages, upload media, or maintain a watchlist. On the English and Persian Wikipedias, they cannot create pages outside of the "talk" namespace. Because IP addresses are sometimes dynamic, an IP-based user page can be impractical, and in fact it is disallowed on some wikis. Unregistered users are sometimes prohibited from participation in processes such as deletion and permissions debates, or can only participate on a restricted basis (e.g. can leave comments, but cannot vote).

Niezarejestrowani użytkownicy nie mogą także wybierać opcji 'Drobnej zmiany' co pozwoliłoby użytkownikom ze złymi intencjami na niekorzystne zmiany, a te mogłyby być nie zauważone przez jakiś czas.

Unregistered users are also sometimes referred to as anonymous users, or anons, as opposed to pseudonymous users (usernames on Wikimedia wikis are mostly pen names, not real names). However, this is ambiguous and, strictly speaking, incorrect. The public visibility of an unregistered user's IP address means that their geographical location and/or the organization from which they are posting can be looked up. Also, in extreme legal cases, the computer from which the user contributes could be identified through a subpoena to the ISP, which can eventually lead to identification of the user. In this sense, unregistered users are in fact less anonymous than registered users who do not reveal any personal information.

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