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Google services should not require real names

Credit: Reuters/Andrew Kelly The Google signage is seen at the company’s headquarters in New York January 8, 2013. In an interview with Reuters, Cerf acknowledged that the search giant’s sweeping push in the past 18 months to institute real-name authentication for Google+ and other services has sparked intense debate within its Mountain View, California, headquarters.

Full article by Gerry Shih on reuters.com

  • GE918

    I agree. Google now requires you to use your real name just to rate an app.