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7-06-2010 @ 8:31PM
As one of two women in America (possibly the world) with my full name, I'm very uncomfortable with this. A Google search of my name reveals (if one ignores the info about the old Methodist lady in Iowa) the names of my parents, my high school, my church, my former archery club, and the my university. Great.Looks like I won't be using the forums anymore; I hope Emerald Dream has an independent forum for events.Oh, and if this ever becomes mandatory in-game... well, I'm a college student with limited funds, and Guild Wars 2 should be coming out soon.
7-06-2010 @ 8:46PM
THIS.I am just... ticked off at blizzard. I have had family memebers stalked. I have run into some creepy as all heck people who have become obsessed with me that I know look back and think thank goodness they had no way of getting any of my real info.I just want to know one thing, who the heck thought this was a good idea? At least with facebook you can block anyone who you don't approve of! (Which I do. Always.)
7-06-2010 @ 9:05PM
It is like Blizzard have never heard the words "Internet detective" or "4chan" before.When this goes live 4chan is going to spend half its time trying to internet detective down and harass wow players that some b-tards hate.
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