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2-05-2009 @ 2:38PM
I'm not so sure that this will actually decrease the amount of botting in game. But it definitely gives blizzard some ground to stand on legally.As outlined in the other articles, however, they might have opened the flood gates for other similar situations, some without having the end user rights best in mind.What I mean, is blizzard did this mostly for a good reason. But another company could actually abuse this case, use it in a lawsuit to take advantage of their users for personal profit./schrug
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