Google+ Account Pink Slips

Google has responded to the recent wave of Google+ account suspensions intended to enforce the company's common name policy outlined in section 13 of the company's User Content and Conduct Policy. Last weekend the company began enforcing the policy, deleting a large number of Google+ accounts. Ben Parr points to Google executives' admitted mistakes "with its first attempt at cracking down on fake profiles."
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