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  2. Facebook real-name policy controversy - Wikipedia

    The Facebook real-name policy controversy is a controversy over social networking site Facebook 's real-name system, which requires that a person use their legal name when they register an account and configure their user profile. [1] The controversy stems from claims by some users that they are being penalized by Facebook for using their real ...

  3. Naming law - Wikipedia

    Names have to be approved by the local registration office, called Standesamt, which generally consults a list of first names and foreign embassies for foreign names. The name cannot be a last name or a product, and it cannot negatively affect the child. If the name submitted is denied, it can be appealed; otherwise a new name has to be submitted.

  4. Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Trademarks - Wikipedia

    Manual of Style (MoS) Trademarks include words and short phrases used by legal entities to identify themselves and their products and services. Often, these names are written in several ways with variations in capitalization, punctuation, and formatting. The advice in this page also applies to names and phrases used to identify movements ...

  5. Wikipedia:List of policies and guidelines - Wikipedia

    This page includes a listing of policies and guidelines for English Wikipedia. Policy and guideline pages describe Wikipedia's principles and best-agreed practices. Policies are standards that all users should normally follow, while guidelines are meant to be best practices for following those standards in specific contexts.

  6. Codenames (board game) - Wikipedia

    Codenames is a 2015 party card game designed by Vlaada Chvátil and published by Czech Games Edition. Two teams compete by each having a "spymaster" give one-word clues that can point to multiple words on the board. The other players on the team attempt to guess their team's words while avoiding the words of the other team.

  7. Naming convention (programming) - Wikipedia

    Naming convention (programming) In computer programming, a naming convention is a set of rules for choosing the character sequence to be used for identifiers which denote variables, types, functions, and other entities in source code and documentation . Reasons for using a naming convention (as opposed to allowing programmers to choose any ...

  8. Native Americans rejected from Facebook, 'odd' names to blame

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WXMI) - There's some controversy over Facebook not accepting names from Native Americans. It's an issue that even sparked online petitions from activists. Facebook prides ...

  9. Wikipedia:Manual of Style - Wikipedia

    Use of italics should conform to Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Text formatting § Italic type. Do not use articles (a, an, or the) as the first word (Economy of the Second Empire, not The economy of the Second Empire), unless it is an inseparable part of a name (The Hague) or title of a work (A Clockwork Orange, The Simpsons).