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Google+ was meant to be an identity service, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt said this weekend, shedding some light on Googleís reasoning behind Google+ís controversial real-name policy.
Noticed you ignored the Google and CIA/intelligence community relationship. Silence is thunder. :)
No one is accusing Google of directly collaborating with the CIA.
If your daughter or son were to use an alias instead of their real names your local bullies wouldn't know who they are.
The identities of Facebook users are more reliable. For example, on a web page, anyone can post a comment using any identity. When people post a comment on Facebook, they are much more likely to be the real person.
My name is registered with Webmasterworld as is my email address and they have been from 2005. Any problems with what I post can be directly attributed to me as a real person, no problems. Ask the mods if you don't believe me.
leading the charge on slaying the horrors of anonymity on the web.
It might help to separate the two issues.
Anonymity vs real names on the web in general is one thing,
trusting Google with real names or any too much other real world info is another.
[...] they want to remove anonymity on 1 specific website [...]