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1-22-2010 @ 3:06PM
@scottPeople often think of WOW as the USA for some random reason. That they have the same rights in game as they do in America. Well here's a quick news flash- YOU DON'T. As soon as you agree to the terms of service that whole ''freedom of speech i can say whatever i @#% want to'' becomes obsolete. You are in the World of Warcraft in game people. Different rules, and guess what- YOU agreed to them. And signed a legal document saying you agreed to them. So, just play nice and try and not act like you can get away with anything under your virtual identity.
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