Montag, 13. Juni 2011

Read Write Web Artikel: Google CEO Suggests You Change Your Name to Escape His Permanent Record

Google CEO Eric Schmidt has a great way of making public statements that are at once frank, unorthodox, thought provoking - and a little frightening. This weekend The Wall St. Journal ran an interview with Schmidt that offered tidbits like that on a wide range of topics. One statement in particular, that Schmidt thinks teenagers should be entitled to change their names upon reaching adulthood in order to separate themselves from the Google record of their youthful indiscretions, is something worth stopping to take note of.

Tipp zum Namenwechsel = Aufruf Nicknames zu verwenden als sowieso adequateste Form sich im Internet zu Bewegen. Daher Facebook Backlash mit Aufruf den einen, 'richtigen' Namen zu verwenden.

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