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7-07-2010 @ 10:42AM
@Lisha: Firstly, yes. It's generally a habit of mine to read any contract or terms I agree to. I even re-read them after every patch.Secondly, how is that related to anything? Blizzard using Massive to advertise to me in their games and telling me about it beforehand is a far cry from Facebook opening up your privacy settings and passing along your information to third parties without telling you about it and even going so far as to go out of their way to keep you from knowing about it and stopping it.A more similar scenario would be if Blizzard suddenly gave all your private data to GameStop/EB Games for research purposes without informing you about it first.
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