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7-14-2010 @ 6:56PM
The only people that would have seen these names are the righteous crusaders who were against the change, so surely none of them would do anything horrible with the information, right? I mean the person who screen capped the email itself is actually the one to be at fault, not the ESRB. He did exactly what he was lobbying against, no one who wasn't meant to see this would have seen it if not for him.
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