Friday, July 18, 2014

Real name policy gone on Google+. FTW!

Here we go. After years, Google+ finally lifted the real name policy, now allowing pseudonyms.
Maybe that has to do with some countries in Europe, having a law that guarantees anonymity in social networks. Or maybe it has nothing to do with it.

In the end, it's a big victory for free speech. Not only in restrictive countries this can be essential, but it also helps people everywhere to say their REAL OPINION without being afraid that they might lose their jobs, or exposing their privacy to their bosses when they search for their employees name.
A victory for privacy and security, too

But it is very late to do that.

via [Google+-posting]


Animated G+ logo by Jakob Rode Gellett