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7-07-2010 @ 8:08AM
While yes, displaying real first and last name will limit and discourage trolling, the majority of posters are not posting to troll. This is a major privacy reveal that I really am not comfortable with. There's is a limited number of people in my own guild who know my real first name, and even fewer who know my last name. My personal information should not be on display for the world to see, which is why my Facebook is set to show certain info only to my friends. If the forums had the option to restrict what would be displayed, then I would not be so concerned.
7-07-2010 @ 10:03AM
since I know facebook posts my name I gave it a fake one that I share with people I like. It does not share my login or email address.
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