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12/12/2013 4:05:40 AM
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Bungie & XBone: Blocking my stalking abilities

Greetings B.net I have noticed that, since the XB1 has launched, when I click on my friends list and see who is online, there is a difference in what I see depending if they are on the 360 or the One. - If they are on the 360, I can see what game they are playing or activity they are doing. - If they are on the One, all I cans see is they are on Xbox One. This is a catastrophe! I need to see what they are doing so I can properly creep on them. Thanks, Ock.
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  • How is this Bungie's fault?
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    • Edited by LordHookocho: 12/12/2013 4:51:53 AM
      I don't think that's bungie's fault since the same happens in Xbox.com and the actual xbox 360, so I guess they can't change it.
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      • Like LordHook said, this is not a Bungie made feature or problem. It would probably be best to contact xbox support if you have a question about this. That can be done on Xbox.com or even on Twitter. I hope you get it figured out! [url=http://www.bungie.net/7_Bungienet-Information-Desk/en-us/Groups/Post?id=59830012&groupId=18405] Bungie.net Information Desk[/url] |[url=http://www.bungie.net/7_Bungienet-Community-FAQ---22013/en-us/Groups/Post?id=59855003&groupId=18405]Bungie.net FAQ[/url]|
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