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4-17-2009 @ 12:21AM
I don't understand how it is considered stealing if it was a free service for people to sign up for. If a company wanted to give you something based on a common interest how would that be negative for Blizzard? If it was free what was it stealing if it was open to anyone who wanted to sign up?If revenue is based off of ad traffic on the website and the website creator decided to use the revenue towards giving things to it's members who signed up then I just don't see how it is a negative thing towards wow.
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