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5-13-2010 @ 2:05PM
Once again arturis, you may trust your friends, but do you trust all of the friends they befriend? And what if your friend, or one of their friends gets hacked? Now they have your battle.net login e-mail and real first and last name on the billing account. There is no reason to insult the people who refuse to use the service, I don't think they need to "take a moment" to look at their choice in friends.
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