Wouldn't be surprised if Google decide G+ has failed and shut it down at some point.
They've found a way to sell you to advertisers without needing your real name.
These centralized services shouldn't exist, because they shouldn't have to exist. At which point arguments about them collecting information to track you for advertisers, or about them collecting information to track you for spies; or about them manipulating their users to get more eyeball time; or about what names they'd let you use; or about their policies on whether or not you could talk about this or that part of your life, or post this or that picture or this or that link; or about the risk involved in their power to change those policies; or about them ripping out functions people cared about; or about their security problems; or about other centralization-created brittleness, also wouldn't exist.
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