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5-13-2010 @ 2:34PM
I think it's a bad idea to give access to hackers everyone's first name, last name, & e-mail address. I don't see why the e-mail address has to be part of the system at all. I don't use my battle.net e-mail for anything except for battle.net for security reasons. I don't like the lack of privacy or security, since friends of your friends can see more than I think they should be able to see. We need an "only my friends can see XYZ" feature.
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