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10-29-2009 @ 4:28PM
While agree blizzard has a right to do thing and there is also a need for them to do this. However just like lawsuits brought forth by the RIAA to stop music down loading I think its unlikely to stop many people from opening private servers if that is what they want to do. And few people from going to them. That is not to say I think blizzard has many other options with the way there current business model is built but at the end of the day I think Mr. Woo fate is unlikely to stop many from partaking in this activity.
10-29-2009 @ 5:28PM
Mr. Woo is Blizzard's counsel. Alyson Reeves is the defendant.
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