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7-13-2010 @ 5:04PM
On one hand: EPIC FAIL here for ESRB. The very people who want their privacy protected they did the complete opposite and gave everyone's info to each other. On the other hand at least they had to decency and class to apologize publicly. I'm sure the person who hit that button is getting all kinds of shit from work. Kinda feel bad for them actually. But all this was initiated by Activision/Blizzard who DID NOT apologize over this RealID fiasco. Read Mike Morhaime's response people there is no apology in there. They are not going through with what they want he said "at this time" also "Over time, we will continue to evolve Real ID on Battle.net to add new and exciting functionality within our games for players who decide to use the feature" Translation: We panicked when we saw people canceling their accounts and are gonna give our little Warcrack addicts sometime to reconsider accepting what we want to feed them. He is telling you in no uncertain terms they are regrouping and trying to figure out another way to jam this down your throats.
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