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Alias

A pseudonym or fake name. An alias may be used when one is intending to commit identity theft or otherwise defraud another.
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Aliases include Richard Victor Maclaughlan, Richard Vaughn McLaughlin.
In response to this request, LAS is making public the most common linguistic name variations that may be in use by El Shukrijumah, including variations of the aliases identified by the FBI.
ProxyMate is based on underlying Lucent Personalized Web Assistant (LPWA) technology, developed by the Bell Labs Information Sciences Center in 1997, which enables users to create aliases that protect their identities online.