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5-05-2010 @ 3:33PM
Whatever you do Blizzard, don't force me to use Facebook for anything. Not going to happen.
5-07-2010 @ 1:35PM
you're so edgy
5-05-2010 @ 5:34PM
What if Blizzard becomes facebook? What then?It might make me quit WoW.
5-05-2010 @ 6:37PM
option =/= required
5-11-2010 @ 7:09PM
It is on by default. There is no way to disable it. Does that sound "optional"?Remember... Real ID = Billing information = Hacker bait
5-11-2010 @ 7:14PM
Sister Christian, it is not on by default. You have to invite each Real ID friend and each friend has to accept your invitation and vice versa. There is no automatic adding of friends to Real ID at all.Real ID is completely optional and so is importing your Facebook friends into your friends list (which is not a Real ID friends list).
5-30-2010 @ 3:41PM
@Robin Torres :All people in my friendlist see my name and I can see their, even if I don't know them in real life just because we are in friendlist.It's "on" by default and not optional, there is NO WAY to disable it (if it is, where ?).You cannot hide your real name. What a shame.
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