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6-04-2008 @ 3:41AM
I'm not quite sure if the writer lives in the US, but since Blizzard is HQ'd in the US, they abide by the constitution, and although he's leaking info that could potentially hurt Blizzard entertainment or it's parents or subsidiaries, he may be protected under the 1st amendment to the U.S. constitution. Although I do not condone in any way his actions, basically betraying Blizzard's trust by linking to other sites, I believe in the fact that he just may have the freedom to do that.
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