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2-04-2009 @ 9:49PM
First, it will shut down the casual script kiddies who bot. The hardcore botters who actually write their own stuff and are intelligent enough not to get caught constantly are a LOT rarer than the mouthbreathers who have to buy a pre-written bot.It's like saying if we ban the manufacture of guns, people will still build their own. Yes, there are people out there capable of it, but they're definitely a lot more scarce.Second off, it allows them to sue the pants off the next organization that raises its head promoting botting. I'm guessing it's not going to take much now for Blizzard's lawyers to shut down websites who advertise free downloads of bots. So another step in the right direction.
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