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11-15-2007 @ 3:36PM
"There's no reason not to trust Blizzard-- they're a high profile company with a long reputation of developing great software."Yea, that's exactly why they faced a class action lawsuit when Starcraft came out and they got busted for sending back private information they had absolutely no need for. Bottom line is, this is my computer, and you have no right to do secret things on it, regardless of what you put in a EULA or ToS. Neither of those documents are legally binding either.
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