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5-13-2010 @ 11:45PM
I have no plans on ever going back to WoW, but do plan on playing SC2 and D3. I find this a bad idea as currently implemented. Or at least what I'm reading about it.Revealing your real name and email address using this system is a bad idea, even with an authenticator. Not giving it to people who aren't your RL friends will work for some, but I'm also certain that several guild/raid leaders will demand members' RealID info so they can keep tabs on everyone.I'm sure that most of players will suddenly be willing to give this info to their raid leaders if withholding it will block access to their epics, which is why I hope that there will be some stricter privacy controls than what I'm currently reading about.Given that at least 90% of WoW players are completely untrustworthy, there is no way I'd want to use this as it is currently implemented.
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