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7-07-2010 @ 8:36AM
As I see it, the problem that "employee" experienced was the combination of angry jerks trying to make a point and being singled-out. If nobody was anonymous, that sort of behavior would be frowned upon. It would even be better if Blizzard actively policed the posting of personal information, given the sorts of shenanigans that can ensue.
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