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1-22-2010 @ 3:04AM
I'm sure this is too late to be read-- but, I was wondering, shouldn't Blizzard be able to prosecute anyone that hijacks an account and puts an authenticator on it?The authenticator is only available on an online store, which would require a credit/debit card to order. This authenticator then has to be delivered to a physical address. With each authenticator having a unique ID, shouldn't it be a simple process when removing a gold-sellers authenticator on an account to track down the buying and prosecute them?It does not get RID of hacking, it does not excuse someone for not buying an authenticator for themself, but it might cut some of it down if people know there is jail-time for buying an authenticator and attaching it to someone else's account with the intent of selling good from that particular account.
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