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6-23-2010 @ 11:13PM
@ KoskunSorry, but you are missing the point of what people are saying. You say it's paranoia about Friends of Friends, and yes, everyone knows it's just the Real ID aspect of it. But if a friend has someone on their friends list that isn't on mine, why would I want them to see my name? Read my post below of an incident that has already happened because a girl already had a friend of a friend look up her personal information and post it in trade chat and has been getting harrassing calls.There is no good reason for the Friends of Friends feature. Blizz's own statement for Real ID is it's for people we trust, yet they make it that people we have no control over sees our names.Yes, the system is optional. But as it stands very few are going to use it as is. Also, the simple changes we are asking for would in no way end your enjoyment of it unless for some reason you have some need to see the names of people on your friends friends list that you don't know personally, and that would just go to the point I'm making if you did enjoy that. So why won't Blizz just do the 2 little tweaks and make it so a lot more people will enjoy the feature as well?
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