Tuesday, July 13, 2010

ESRB unintentionally exposes email addresses of people who filed complaints over Blizzard's Real ID system

ESRB unintentionally exposes email addresses of people who filed complaints over Blizzards Real ID systemI was not a fan of Blizzard's decision to require users use their real names when engaging with the site. But this exposure was disappointing to say the least.The ESRB was a safe harbor under COPPA, protecting privacy.

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