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5-07-2008 @ 8:01PM
Reverse engineering, regardless of whether or not it is for profit is completely legal. Unless the individual happens to circumvent a security measure which is intended to prevent access to a copyrighted material, in which case it would be a DMCA violation.Blizzard doesn't have a leg to stand on with the copyright infringement claims. Wowglider, while allowing players to violate the ToS, is still legal to own and use.If Blizzard want to stop people using wowglider, then they need to identify and permanently ban players using it and widely publicise their actions. Only idiots are going to use glider if they have a good chance of losing their accounts. However this is much harder and Blizzard always has been eager to send in the lawyers (bnetd).
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