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11-15-2007 @ 3:41PM
"There's no reason not to trust Blizzard-- they're a high profile company with a long reputation of developing great software..."Riiiiight.Tell that to all the people who had rootkits installed on their computers by using Sony products.Sony - high profile company with a long reputation of developing great products.Sorry, the OP clearly has very little understanding of how high level executives think in large corporations... if they can find a reason to mine personal data from your computer to profit, and there's little recourse to them, they'll take it 100% of the time.Blizzard needs to be open on this disgusting piece of spyware.(And this is a preemptive STFU to all you "you agreed to it" fanbois - If you don't stand up for your privacy rights, even if you have "nothing" to hide, one day, you WILL find those rights have up and vanished.)
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