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5-28-2010 @ 11:17AM
Exactly what Kyle said. There are multiple places throughout the interface that also re-iterate this idea that if you've never met the person face to face then you shouldn't use the Real ID system with them.Letting your cousin in Hawaii see your real name when you're online isn't a problem. Letting some random pugger see it is probably something you shouldn't do.
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