Andy Carvin on Eric Schmidt’s Justification of Real Names on G+

He also said the internet would be better if we knew you were a real person rather than a dog or a fake person. Some people are just evil and we should be able to ID them and rank them downward.

Andy Carvin, on Eric Schmidt’s answer to his question at the Edinburgh International TV Festival about real names on G+, and how Google justifies its policy requiring them, given that real identities could put people at risk


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