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7-06-2010 @ 1:21PM
@JoeHelfrichThat. As a girl who plays WoW, I keep my personal information personal, for exactly that reason. And as a working professional, my husband keeps his info even tighter than I do. We don't use a single social networking site for the same reasons. My first thought on reading that Blue post was "Well, I guess we'll never be using the forums again." I can't imagine a way for them to make it safe for those of us with good reason to keep our info to ourselves to use any of the forums or other things that might come after that without backpedaling on the idea of personal accountability, but I appreciate the sentiment behind the move. Oh well, not like my input was vital anyway. /hides under rock again
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