More good posts about the Identity issues with Google +

Here are a few more good articles/posts about this ongoing conversation about Identity and Google +. This is a hot potato and people need to speak out against the policies that Google has set forth. They are discriminatory and do not promote true social engagements.

“Real Names” Policies Are an Abuse of Power

Google+ and The Trouble With Tribbles

It’s official: Google wants to own your online identity

Google+ Can Be A Social Network Or The Name Police – Not Both
Love this quote from this piece – “Mike Neuenschwander has famously observed that social software is being designed by the world’s least sociable people, and Google+ seems to be a case in point. ”

Fantastic and thorough thoughts about the issues and pros and cons of the Google+ Real Names policy by Kee Hinkley

Do Computers Provide a Suitable Analogy for the Human Brain?

Real Names: Google+, Government & The Identity Ecosystem

And if you can’t get enough of this issue, check this out “All the News & Commentary on the Google+ Nymwars”

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