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There's enough wiggle room in the terms that Google could suspend your account if they don't like the way your name sounds: support.google.com/plus/answer/1228271/?
What are the dangers of using your real name on-line.
I don't believe it's the case now, but IIRC at the start G required that you use your real name.
On some accounts I use my real name on-line (Google /Facebook/Wikipedia/personal blog), others (Q&A/Gaming) I use an alias.
My question is: Security and privacy wise, what can people do with my real name?