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6-13-2007 @ 5:44AM
I could care less if they totally did away with links in the forums. Honestly, what would you lose? 2-click access to a rickroll or keylogger (1 click to hit the link, 1 click to hit "proceed" on their interceptor). As for angering the forums userbase... Is that really an issue? Nothing will ever please that group of bottom-feeders. And honestly, it would affect a *very* small portion of the WoW population. Forum users fail to realize they are the extremely vocal minority in almost any community. So if it pisses off the forum users, it's only because they're not seeing the instant benefit: slowing down the spread of keyloggers. Which, granted, isn't nearly as big of a problem as it's made out to be.... Although hearing that two of the CM's got hit with em tends to make me lose even more faith in humanity, as it pertains to WoW. Next we'll hear about GM's, possibly even Dev's getting hit with em. At which point... well... use your imagination.
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