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9-17-2007 @ 2:28PM
I'm glad to see that Blizzard stepped up to the plate on this one. While it is true that "nothing illegal" is actually occuring, having WOW viewed by ANYONE as a place that will allow anything that could lead to something illegal is bad for all of us. Call me a prude, but I don't believe that this is something that the vast majority of players want in our game. We are all free to say what we want in do what we want (in a virtual sense) but I have to look at it from a parents perspective. Pedophilles are by their nature psycologically flawed, which leads one to the conclusion that they will have difficulty seperating fantasy from reality, and encouraging the commission of acts in a fantasy setting that are illegal (not to mention immoral) is tantamount to encouraging the REAL commission of such acts. Not something we can allow.
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