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11-11-2009 @ 4:42PM
Adam: I know wow.com is just a blog and not a real journalistic entity, but as it is usually done the other party, blizzard in this case, is at least given an opportunity to respond before running the story, you then stating to have done so in the article itself if no reply was received.Apart from ruling out comments asking about this you might actually also get a response out of them by doing so and if not, having a remark that Blizzard did not feel obligated to reply to your requests for information might in the long run shame them into better press - I mean, blog relations.
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