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11-15-2007 @ 3:54PM
I don't mind what they are doing, it's a private company who has limited interest in poking around in your data for anything other than details relevant to protecting the games integrity. Let's face it, you may all think you are delicate unique snowflakes with valuable personal data, but to Blizzard, they just see a ton of snow.Besides, if you do not operate under the general assumption that your data is already being monitored on a number of levels (apart from Blizzard) then you are probably already reckless with data integrity to begin with. Hardware and software monitoring by Blizzard is the least of your problems.
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