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4-16-2009 @ 4:03PM
> Whether or not it was free was besides the point, people were getting free play time that Blizzard didn't authorize. It's theft. No, Blizzard authorized it by the game cards they sold and allowed to be given or transferred to others. They got their revenue.Just like Wal-Mart gets revenue when companies give away shopping cards. Those cards aren't stolen, and it's not thievery.I don't know how you came to this totally mistaken understanding of what was happening, but I sincerely hop you can recognize your error Swurds, because it is one on your part.
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