Move to Stamp Out Online Anonymity Not Cut-And-Dried
Despite all the business banters and head offs between Google+ and Facebook, both companies hold the same stand on online anonymity. Google recently banned pseudonyms, brand names and “fictitious persons” from getting through to their social networking platform Google+, a move echoed by Facebook’s Randi Zuckerberg’s sentiments that “…anonymity on the internet should go away.” Click here to read more about this topic.
Reputation Management Authority (RMA) CEO James Schramko, however, has reservations about curbing online anonymity – citing it is more often the only recourse some people have for them to stay protected after having voiced out unpopular ideas. Online identity, Schramko says, is not something we can easily force on people. People often get exposed to malicious attacks in the online community, some such tirades proving to be damaging enough to even call for corrective measures from professional reputation management firms like Schramko’s Reputation Restoration Pack. To find out more about how Reputation Restoration can help your business, visit www.seopartner.com/complete-restoration-package.