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imes have changed! We have gone from the era of innocence where our personal identity was not at risk into the world of computer cloning and theft. Our personal identity is something most people want to protect. Credit card numbers are being stolen at alarming rates causing losses to consumers and businesses. For internet gaming your risk isn't quite that high, but it could be in certain instances. Most gaming organizations require some type of personal identification from you upon applying to their group. The most common two questions asked from online groups are Name and age; and law requires this. Other personal info not normally requested, but could possibly be asked by groups, would include a home address and phone number. Because certain types of role-playing groups have a subscription fee, you may even be required to give them a credit card number. New innovations into how peo

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