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6-14-2010 @ 6:08AM
Very timely article, thanks. Timely because of the new changes in the Wow name policy. With "real ID" you link toons to your real name. Although strictly voluntary, someone is going to run into problems using WoW to RP and have RP "romantic" encounters plastered over their Facebook page. http://us.battle.net/realid/ For all RP-ers, just be darn careful with that feature - it has the potential to really impact on your real life and get creeps showing up on your facebook page and doorstep.
6-14-2010 @ 8:40AM
Good point here. Maybe I missed it, but possibly Wowinsider should do an article on the battlenet 2.0 changes coming in. The privacy issues with this realID thing, which is currently being pushed hard on the starcraft 2 beta, are quite worrying. Any chance of a summary/overview?
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