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5-13-2010 @ 3:32PM
@Michelle MadisonI'm sorry, I wasn't trying to insult anyone. It was an attempt at humor that obviously has failed. I still feel that my original statement is valid, though. It doesn't bother me that anyone knows my real name or email address. I have been using the same email address since 1992, so I'm pretty sure anyone that knows me already has it. And if their friends want to friend me, they can send the request and I have the right to accept or deny them. Does this compromise my WoW account in any way? No. Anyone that wants to target my account for an attack will have this information already through countless other sources. If my friends have a keylogger or trojan infecting their system, it is just as likely to target me though links or shared files as it is through datamining my email address. I honestly don't see this as the massive security risk that people are reacting so strongly to.
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