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5-13-2010 @ 1:54PM
And what if I wanted to connect with my cousin, but not all of the friends my cousin chooses to connect with? What if my cousin, or one of the many friends they choose to befriend gets hacked? Now the hacker has not only my battle.net login e-mail, but also my real first and last name. What's the point or benefit to forcing us to reveal the real name on the billing account? Makes you wonder ..
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