And for my next trick, I will effortlessly whine about the time Facebook revoked the 60-day name change rule to allow me to change my name from “Large N In Charge”, back to “Verity Morley”.
Verity Morley just doesn’t roll off the tongue quite like Large N In Charge does.
But also, I now know that Facebook is more than likely tracking all of my movements on their site. Since I wasn’t reported by any of my Facebook friends for the sudden name change, I can safely conclude that Facebook just *knows* that my name is not Large N In Charge due to their nasty habit of tracking their user’s activities on external websites.
Thus, the inbox I received from Facebook security (which has since vanished) informing me I had to change my name back to the one I use in everyday life.
I can’t even hold my “stealthy name” change for 60 days (AND brag about it), let alone be part of a hacker group who managed to break through Sony’s PlayStation Network, stealing the private data of 24.6 million customers, and still remain anonymous for the time being.