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9-10-2009 @ 11:32PM
@mtsadowski: That's pretty much it. I was having an arguement on the official forums the other day about a similar issue. It's easy for Blizz to ignore the irrational cries of their customerbase, but we live in a day and age where the customer wants everything go their way, have someone to blame if things go wrong, and feel entitled to compensation if it doesn't.Mind you, Blizz probably has enough money to hire lawyers that would blow any lawsuits out of the water. It also doesn't mean that Blizz is always in the right. But the threat it always there; think of the customer from McDonalds who sued a restaurant (and won) because they burnt their lip on a cup of coffee.
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