Facebook once again under fire from German privacy watchdog
German Data Protection law provides that a web service provider shall offer an anonymous use of web services where this is technically possible and reasonable. Therefore, the German regulator claims, it should be made possible to use Facebook by registering with pseudonyms. The “real name requirement” would neither prevent abuse of the service with regard to insults or provocations nor would it help to prevent identity theft…
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