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7-12-2010 @ 10:51PM
WTB Daily Show/Colbert Report commentary for further laughter value
7-12-2010 @ 11:03PM
ESRB's privacy badge all about best practices, not anonymity:http://arstechnica.com/gaming/news/2010/07/esrbs-privacy-badge-all-about-best-practices-not-anonymity.arsArticle posted about the same time that ESRB was sending out all those emails, talks about their interaction with Blizzard specifically over the Real ID incident.
7-13-2010 @ 8:01AM
i LOL'D HARD AT:"...the system is in place to make sure the data provided to these companies by customers—including things like your real name, contact information, or date of birth—is treated safely and with respect. "HA!The people who all got cc'd have started emailing back forth about poptarts and what they're having for dinner! OH BTW JUST BECAUSE YOU CANT SEE E-MAIL ADRESSES DOESN't MEAN YOUR NOT AFFECTED....I couldn't see anyone elses e-mail adresses, but i wasn't looking for them at the time, but when i started getting CC'd on some wierd shiznat i realised people have my adress.
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