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2-04-2009 @ 6:41PM
SheldonLock - You are obviously too young, stupid, or shortsighted to understand these arguments. It's not literally about the names. The point being made here is that Blizzard can literally put anything they want in the TOS (and change it at anytime without notice) then sue you for not complying. This doesn't come down just to the names or even blizzard for that matter. If Blizzard has this power, so does every other software company. Heck, imagine what might happen if other companies find a way to attach TOS agreements to their products! At it's core, this is about corporate America dictating what rights we as citizens in the United States have. Now feel free to respond with posts about how paranoid I am, or how I am just running around yelling about the sky falling. You are the people that are too lazy to even think about this issue, so you use those excuses to justify your lack of action to yourself. Don't say I didn't warn you.
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