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12-22-2009 @ 1:27PM
I remember the whole Glider issue.But I always though to myself that Blizzard's explanation for how they won was a bit ridiculous to me. Saying that we are licensing the game and not owning it.Can you imagine if your car dealer said, "Remember, even though you buy the car, you don't own it, so you can't modify the rims, engine, exhaust, or even install a CD player if its not stock."Personally its a fine line between stealing someone's work, and forcing them to stay on their toes, and keep making things better because the competition forces them to.Thankfully thou, Blizzard is very accepting about add-ons, which definitely make things alot easier.
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