I would like to use my nickname instead of full name when commenting on random posts within Google network.
However when I wanted to enforce that (by changing my Full Name into nickname), I found out that:
The nickname that you've chosen appears to violate the Google+ Names Policy.
I believe they meant this policy.
However I am worried about my privacy and this was applied quite recently.
By which law I am enforced to share my personal details (such as my full name) on forum publicly to on-line people which I even don't know (when commenting on random posts)?
In other words, based on what law Google tries to enforces its restrictive policy, if any?
Can I do anything in that situation (e.g. my privacy is protected by any law), so I can enforce on my privacy rights without removing my Google Plus account? I'm from UK if that's matter.