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2-17-2009 @ 3:08PM
It's still a strange business model, but at least this one can be more easily supported with ad revenue alone. Someone charging for "downtime insurance" when they are not directly providing "uptime assurance" (i.e. whoever maintains the datacenters) themselves is... well......Heck, even a datacenter operator can say they provide 99.999% uptime (power, internet, backups), but the servers may still be 'down' because of Blizzard's patches.
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