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6-23-2010 @ 11:19PM
@Koskun:I look forward to the day when your Authenticator breaks and you're locked out of the game. I look forward to that day with glee.You clearly haven't been reading anything people are saying. We KNOW that it only shows our names to RealID friends of RealID friends. That doesn't help. I have NO CONTROL over who my friends add. I can't guarantee that out of all my friends' friends, one of them won't be a jackass. Also, that doesn't address the biggest problem: the people that you'd currently be "safe" to add to your RealID friends... are the ones you LEAST NEED this new functionality for.The problem also remains of handing out your Blizzard account email to people in order to add them--or the other way around. That is terrible, TERRIBLE account security. It doesn't matter if that information is saved anywhere after it's used; the information has been distributed.
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