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German court says it has no jurisdiction over the social network because its European headquarters are in Ireland.
The data-protection agency in one German state ordered the social network to end its policy of requiring members to establish accounts under their real names. Other states may follow.
Celebrities and other public figures will soon have the chance to verify their accounts and display a preferred "alternative name," TechCrunch reports.
Deja vu? A new online drug marketplace appears as Silk Road 2.0 with an operator using the same pseudonym as the original site's alleged operator.
What happens when Google thinks you're using a pseudonym on Google+? Writer Violet Blue found out firsthand, but CNET looks a little further. No, you won't lose Gmail.
The Mac maker quietly settles a lawsuit against a former worker who allegedly posted company secrets on the Internet under the pseudonym "worker bee."
An editor at news site Linux Today has apologized and is seeking a reassignment after admitting to posting remarks under a pseudonym in reader feedback discussion areas. Kevin Reichard, executive editor of Internet.com's Linux Today, "has asked to be re-assigned within the company," Managing Editor Michael Hall said in a note on the site Thursday. "On reflection, I have to admit that anonymous posting by an editor at a news site was wrong. I stopped months ago and vow to Linux Today readers that I will never engage in the practice again," Reichard said in an apology Wednesday. Former Linux Today columnist Joe Barr raised allegations of the postings in July, and numerous people signed a petition seeking an explanation for the comments, which Reichard said were intended to "foster lively debate."