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1-25-2009 @ 11:53AM
What's likely to happen, rather than a long-drawn out (and expensive) court case, is that Steel Series will be contacted by Blizz's legal department and forced to offer an update to the mouse's software to get rid of the "illegal" functionality. I'd almost be willing to bet the wheels are already turning on this one.But blaming Blizz without including Steel Series is a bit wrong-headed. SS should have known better. They're no strangers to the gaming industry and should know that each game has its own peculiar rules.
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