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6-22-2010 @ 5:14PM
@TonyMotorola"I'm guessing those of you that are freaking out over RealID are the same people that go absolutely bonkers when Facebook changes a button design or privacy setting."Wait... seriously? So people who have been using a social network for so long because 1) They're comfortable with it's level of privacy that it's; 2) Become the primary (if not only) point of contact with their friends should just suck it up and roll over when they suddenly lose said privacy? And they can only get said privacy back by tunneling through the opt-out choices /after the cat's already been let out of the bag/? If they don't like it (after it's already been done) they should just quit the service and lose said contacts and the convenience of having them in one place?Wow! That's cold, dude. If and when you start getting spammed by a gold seller who hacked a friend of a friend's account and got your toon via his Real ID info, let us know.
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