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2-04-2009 @ 6:55PM
Yes, I agree.I don't really object to Glider being sued, and subsequently banned. It's kind of retarded anyway; to me it's like hiring someone to watch a movie for you.I don't even mind that they've used the EULA to do it. My big problem is that they SEEM to be stretching the concept and definition of "copyright" to a point where they can use the EULA as a club to batter anything that Blizzard capriciously decides is against their concept of what WoW should be.
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