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7-16-2010 @ 6:38PM
This shouldn't be coming as a surprise to anyone. As many commenters said during the debate, this was the direction (if not the primary purpose) Real ID was going for in the first place. They actually signed the partnership agreement with Facebook back in May. Since this is the primary function of most if not all of Facebook's apps, it was only logical to assume this was Blizzard's plan. While we're now told of the options for friends and friends of friends is on Real ID's end (after Real ID is already being used), what will they be on Facebook's?
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