Feb 16, 2013, 11.00 AM IST | Source: Tech2.com

Facebook can retain real name policy, German court rules

Facebook has won a court challenge against its real name policy in Germany, according to an AP report. An administrative court in Germany granted the social

Facebook has won a court challenge against its real name policy in Germany, according to an AP report. An administrative court in Germany granted the social networking giant’s request for "suspensive effect" against a ruling that Facebook’s real name policy was in violation of German and European Law. The ruling was made by the commissioner of Schleswig-Holstein’s Data Protection.

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