Randi Zuckerberg, marketing director of Facebook and sister of founder Mark Zuckerberg said during a lecture on social media organized by Marie Claire publication that “anonymity on the net is something that needs to end.” In the executive’s vision, people will think twice before doing something wrong on the network if your real name is always visible.
“People behave very best way the network when their names are exposed. I think that people who hide behind the anonymity, to say what they want to say behind closed doors, “he added.
Then Randi said the site created by his brother shall implement a number of features to enhance the security of its members. “There is still much we can do. We are actively contributing partners such as the Commons Sense Media (protection service to children of the network), “he added.
Such a view on the web Anonymous is shared by other major bigwigs of the network including the former CEO Google , Eric Schmidt, who last year went on to say that the anonymity of the network was “dangerous”. Facebook and Google+ require their users to only use their real names on their networks (which can hurt some local laws).