Google deletes Google+ requirement to use real name




Google+ users are no longer required to apply for the social network. Their real name Google removes all restrictions regarding the use of names is concerned, and apologizes for the inconvenience of the previous policy.

The restriction to require at logon, which came into force at the user’s real name beginning of the social network three years ago, according to Google helped “to create a community of real people.” “However, it also concluded a number of people outside who wanted to participate, but without using their real name,” Google must admit. The policy gave Google a lot of criticism and many people considered the restriction to not be allowed to use a pseudonym as an obstacle to report. Located on Google+

In recent years, Google has the requirements have eased slightly and could include YouTube users use their alias on Google+. This policy, however, made it unnecessarily complicated, recognizes the search engine company, and therefore the steps taken to remove all restrictions.

The move follows the departure of chief executive Vic Gundotra Google+ late April of this year and rumors about the drastic reduction of the development of the social network and shifting to Android development team. Google has responded to those denied rumors that Google+ policy is changed.

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