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5-22-2008 @ 8:23PM
"There's not real legal action they can take. "There most certainly is - provided they can find the person who initially leaked the data. Somebody broke a legally binding agreement. The problem is that Blizzard is taking it out on everyone who saw or heard anything from the leaked content, rather than focusing on finding the culprit.
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