Google, apparently keen on moving beyond 10 million people on Google+, is working on a plan to attract celebrities to its new social network.
Central to the plan is the matter of verifying identities, according to a CNN report. Online identity matters are thorny on Google+, but they're particularly tricky with celebrities because of impersonation issues. I see seven Lady Gagas on Google+ right now, for example, and William Shatner's Google+ account was revoked and restored yesterday.
Google didn't comment on future plans or what happened with Shatner. It did say, though, "Just like everyone else, … Read more