It seems Google is trying to implement the motto behind their social networking website Google+, which "aims to make sharing on the web more like sharing in real life." Now, Google wants you to reveal your actual name for making it easy for others to connect with you, just like connecting with people in the real world!
In a post named "update to how the company handles potential violations of its common name policy," Google official announced their new policy on using G+ users' name.
"If we find that your profile name does not adhere to our policy, we'll give you a 4-day grace period to fix your profile name before we take further action," Saurabh Sharma, product manager of the social networking team said in a video posted on his Google+ account.
"Taking action means your account is closed although you will be allowed to 'take all your content with you, even after your profile is suspended. Visit Google+ Takeout for more details," he added.