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7-31-2008 @ 12:37PM
I seriously doubt anyone could lay claim to either the idea or depiction of the classic 'evil eye'. It is based on superstitions that go back many thousands of years and certainly predates copyright law. Unless it was obvious copy from a certain film I won't mention, I think any form of lawsuit would be extremely tenuous. Besides, I imagine a company the size of Blizzard has already had its horde of lawyers carefully looking at any potential legal problems
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