Saving the World with User-centric Identity.

Name Sovereignty Day &

I can't do this :(

My Google+ Name is still SUSPENDED!!!!

I don't have name sovereignty.  Google is acting really quite evil with this action against me.

Update: I was able to edit my profile photo but I am still suspended. I can not "speak" or post anything in google+ or +1 anything.


I would like to invite members of the Identity community to seriously consider consider submitting a statement to

They are especially looking for statements from people who are famous or prominent in their fields, or those who can speak on behalf of populations who need to choose their own names.


  • Established professionals in relevant fields (health professionals, educators, etc)
  • Published authors, especially those who use pen names
  • Religious leaders (of any religion)
  • Political leaders or prominent political activists
  • Academics in relevant fields (law, sociology, media studies, etc)
  • People who run large “social” websites or online services
  • Well-known performers (musicians, actors, etc), especially those who use stage names


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© Kaliya Young Hamlin 2014.


  • Some punk says:

    Your account is suspended? Make a new one. Sheesh.

  • Mystical Box says:

    Quote : In US Common Law, pseudonym used "consistently, openly and non-fraudulently, without interfering with other people's rights" is a legal name"

    (source: Alex Schleber in the comments section there)

  • Fine, I appreciate the author's opinion, I will continue to focus on.

  • Having read this I thought it was very enlightening. I appreciate you taking the time and effort to put this content together. I once again find myself personally spending a lot of time both reading and posting comments. But so what, it was still worth it!


  1. Heute ist Name Sovereignty Day – es geht um die Identität im Internet : Stephan Humer – Internetsoziologie

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