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7-13-2010 @ 4:34PM
As it was with the real name frivolity, this has also turned out to be no big deal. Leave it up to the mob mentality to blow anything out of proportion. As an aside, it was also the people who cared about privacy that exposed the Blizzard rep simply to make a point. Pot and kettle right there.
7-13-2010 @ 4:41PM
Better the Blizzard Scapegoat than a customer. Does it suck for the blizzard employee? Yes, but he put his name out there of his own freewill and basically dared us.
7-13-2010 @ 4:54PM
@Hoofand if you really cared about privacy, you wouldn't take the dare. all those people who did that cared only about themselves and their trolling, and no one else.
7-13-2010 @ 5:53PM
Oh, so it's okay to prove your point about privacy being important by violating someone else's privacy, dare or no dare. That's some serious pot calling the kettle black there.
7-13-2010 @ 8:20PM
No one "exposed" the rep, they revealed their own name. Then were shown how much you can bring up. Then Blizz was gonna protect their employee's ID's, and I guess figured out the hypocrisy of that, so gave up the idea.
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