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5-28-2007 @ 11:26AM
Interesting. I have often pondered the subjective and individual Terms of Service of a particular entity and how they impact a society as 'law.' In the case of Blizzard, World of Warcraft is their game and they are free to do with is as they wish. So, if they choose to eliminate gold buyers and sellers, they are at liberty to do so. However, as to why so many people are so vehemently opposed to the endeavors of the gold buying and selling industry is a bit perplexing. Are they breaking laws?As someone who does not use a gold selling service, I don't really care about them. The game is what it is and I will very likely never know what it would be like without gold buyers and sellers. Anyway, interesting article.
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