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5-20-2008 @ 7:30PM
Well... assuming the reason WoWInsider took down the earlier information was to keep on good terms with Blizzard, why would anyone consider this form of linking to leaks to be any better? Leaks are leaks; if you're going to post them and forfeit your relationship with the company, then do it. If you're attempting to keep in Blizzard's good graces, I really, really doubt articles like this are viewed in a better light than the previous ones that had their information removed.
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