Ben Tremblay · @bentrem

23rd Jul 2011 from Twitlonger

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


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:
@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 ( 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".

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