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1-24-2009 @ 9:43PM
Bad analogy. If the state that set the speed limits sold you the Ferrari and endorsed the car.... but that's not what happens. it's hypocritical of Blizzard to attach their name to a product whose features violate their own TOU. This just sounds like someone in the licensing section didn't understand the product that they were licensing. Sloppy, but that's about it. It will never happen, but I would love to see a court case on someone being banned for using this. Just from the legal perspective... corporate license for a branded product that violates that corporation's TOU... which wins? No one will do this since getting banned isn't enough reason to spend the time and money but on an intellectual level I'm curious.
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