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3-13-2009 @ 4:10PM
It makes you wonder if they'll release the source code for free if they think there's no hope though, which could increase the level of botting. We shall see, I suppose.
3-13-2009 @ 4:11PM
Oh I'm sure it'll be released in some form, legal or not.
3-13-2009 @ 4:12PM
I have a feeling that would get them another lawsuit from Blizzard, this time seeking monetary compensation since you can't shut that down once it's leaked.
3-13-2009 @ 5:54PM
Not that I'm a legal expert, but I don't think Blizzard could go after them for simply releasing the code. If they were smart about it in the first place I'm pretty sure they could go so far to say they weren't even the ones that released it. Intelligent code-writers would be able to duplicate it to some extent, or make another code similar to it at any rate, who's to say it could be legally pinpointed to the extent that Blizzard could pursue a case against it?
3-13-2009 @ 8:11PM
You think maybe Blizzard's lawyers might have also sought an injunction against the makers of Glider doing just that?Cuz y'know, it seems like the obvious thing to do.And you violate an injunction, courts can and will do things about it. Including fines and jail time.
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