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8-23-2008 @ 1:46PM
Your point is little more than speculation without a basis in fact. There isn't any evidence to suggest that Blizzard is developing it's own app and historically has not taken action against sites or tools that have done the things that Blizzard has later put into the game (mods, profiling sites etc). Since they have also not made any threats towards the Warcraft Characters apps, it would be safe to conclude that the sole issue here is the blatant profiteering. Blizzard's legal and moral position is entirely defensible. It says "Feel free to make things based around our game, but once you start charging for them without permission, you're going to get a slap on the wrist".
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