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In the first week of February, radio host and blogger Jay Smooth found himself locked out of his Facebook account despite the fact that "Jay Smooth [is] the only name [he’s] used publicly for 20 years." He was quickly reinstated, with Facebook production engineer Jeff Ferland tweeting an apology less than a day after Smooth’s tweeted complaint.
Those who are well connected, or have the press on their side, find they don’t have to play by the same rules as others.
Underlying all of this is the fact that the search for a "better" real name policy is a bizarre and useless exercise, because "real names" are a clumsy metric for the issue that Facebook is trying to solve.
Furthermore, given all the tracking Facebook does in service of its advertising strategy, it doesn’t need users to present under their legal names to know who they "really" are.