Google admits that when they launched Google+ over three years ago there were a lot of restrictions on what name could be used on your profile. If you ask Google, they’ll say this was because it “helped create a community made up of real people,” but they’ll also acknowledge that people who wanted to be a part of the community were left out if they didn’t want to use their real name. Google+ even gave me a hard time with using my own real name. I had to prove to them that “Southern” was my real last name because it […]
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