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2-04-2009 @ 6:45PM
Sheldonlock - you fail to understand.The EULA states that you can't have a name like "lolsalot" or a name that represents a famouse person etc. Since you are breaking the EULA, you are breaking Blizzard's copyright. Therefore, they can sue you for damages.This decision didn't give Blizzard the ability to copyright "lol," it gave them the ability to sue you for breaking any arbitrary rule they can put in a EULA that you signed. Blizzard won't do this (you don't sue paying customers), but other companies can use this precedent to do so in the future.
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