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+ - Facebook's Real Name Policy Breaks German Law->

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itwbennett writes: "The Office of the Data Protection Commissioner (ULD) for the German state of Schleswig-Holstein issed a decree that would force Facebook to abandon its real name policy, saying the right to use nicknames online is required by the German Telemedia Act. For its part, Facebook plans to 'fight [the orders] vigorously.'"
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Facebook's Real Name Policy Breaks German Law

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