Google+ now says it doesn't want even names primarily composed of initials. But it won't even say whether "first name last initial," a standard case, counts. More to the point, it makes a demonstrably untrue statement: "If you use your full name, you'll be able to connect with people you know and help them find you." Given Google's definition of full name, hundreds of people who know me fannishly won't be able to find me, and I won't be able to find them. But, as Catharine MacKinnon has said in a not entirely unrelated context, that's what power is: the ability to make true whatever you say is true, because the way you see the world defines what the world is, regardless of what other people experience. Buzz seemed like an honest mistake. This nonsense, however, is obviously deliberate and has burned off 95% of my Google goodwill, which used to be substantial. Relevant video: That's Not My Name.
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