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7-07-2010 @ 8:53AM
Your first and last name are definitely considered personal data, at least in Germany...have been dealing with privacy policies as of lately, so I am absolutely sure about this. Also the fact that Blizzard is an American company does not matter at all imho, because, as stated above, they agree to abide all applicable law (why do you think every exporting company has to deal with so many different laws?) and their headquarters for EUROPE are actually based in Paris (afaik), where EU law is automatically applied to all inhabitants, visitors and, of course, companies. Even when ordering things from America or any other continent/country the buyer's laws apply in the necessary respects. Otherwise everybody would be importing drugs as they please, because hey it's legal where we produce it...0o...
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