If you're interested in how Google treats people, how the explain their policy (and fail to do so), and how they're imposing Name Violation in G+, see http://www.zdnet.com/blog/violetblue/google-plus-deleting-accounts-en-masse-no-clear-answers/
RE: Google Plus Deleting Accounts En Masse: No Clear Answers
see +Sai (if he hasn't yet been suspended for his 3rd time) about the document he and others have been co-editing over the past 24hrs
My own heh reaction after having my account suspended yet again: http://www.bentrem.sycks.net/identity.html
@bentrem | Bernard (ben) Tremblay
BTW: "delete" over-states. Google presents <b>Profile Not Found</b>, which is bad enough, but in fact and actually accounts are suspended, not deleted.
p.s. from the document:
Currently Google's "community standards" policy on names (http://www.google.com/support/profiles/bin/answer.py?answer=1228271) says that Google+ works "best" (and only) in the "identified state". This means that Google+ profiles are required to belong to a single human (businesses are not yet supported), and to "use the name your friends, family or co-workers usually call you".