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5-29-2009 @ 2:20PM
While most people don't read the EULA, I guarantee there's a few intrepid people out there running a diff on the changes to see if Bliz is sneaking any shenanigans in on us.In other words, if they did sneak something supremely stupid/questionable into the EULA, I'm certain we'd catch wind of it pretty quick.
5-29-2009 @ 5:24PM
I've always wondered why Blizzard doesn't do a sort of "patch notes"-type thing for changes to the EULA/Tos. Why can't they just highlight the changes?
5-30-2009 @ 3:53AM
@kitrineIf you're brand new to the game it'll auto patch before you even get that far, so if you're the type that's inclined to read that stuff it'd all be new to you. I imagine it's easier to keep it that way than track what version a person has (in case they've been away for multiple patches), patching, then figuring out what all has changed between their previous version of the EULA and the newest one.Also, I think it changes less often than the game is patched and agreeing to it again is only necessary because the software itself has changed.
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