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7-17-2008 @ 10:56PM
Journalistic integrity doesn't mean what you think it does. Not bowing to pressure to suppress information would have been the better path to follow. Maybe the most famous example of journalistic integrity was the NYT publishing to the leaked pentagon papers. Now Blizz isn't the Nixon administration and WotlK isn't Vietnam, but I've always been really disappointing with WoW Insider bowing to pressure, and this current situation is really half-assed.
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