It it NOT wrong to judge someone by their actions or their words.
If you truly believe that, "GameMaster", why don't you tell us your real name, address, and other personally identifying information? Or did you mean it's okay to judge someone else, but not you?
Your right not to be judged goes away when you "stand up and remove all doubt", as the saying goes.
And this is another thing: we aren't talking about being judged. We're talking about being punished. Anonymity lets people air their piece, whether it's a political view, a proposition for a new economic system, or speculation about your mother's sexual activities, without risking their life or livelihood. It's what lets freedom of speech to exist in reality, not just theory, and for everyone, not just those with nothing to lose.
This is, of course, terrible for those who would rather see anyone who disagrees with them made examples of. Authoritarianism is an illness we still can't cure. But anonymity allows us to limit its deadly effect on society.
The founder of bitcoin stopped having a right to be left alone by the media when he chose to design, release, and cultivate a digital currency.
You are the judge of who has what rights on what conditions, now?
You don't get to have your cake and eat it too, there are consequences for actions.
Except for you. You get to publish your views on Slashdot without having to wonder who might hear and take offence. It's these other people who need to live in the Panopticon. Not you. Never you. Always someone else.