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8-22-2011 @ 11:01AM
To be fair LulzSec and Anonymous have a pretty robust political movement against oppressive government and the rule of big business. As a rather large business, you can see why Blizzard may have become a target. Not saying that I would have wanted WoW to be hacked, because obviously don't; however it's pointing out that regardless of your view on their politics, these aren't just a bunch of basement-dwellers trying to screw people over. Personally, whilst the MMO attacks were an unusual move, they have since been involved in exposing corruption in government agencies which I feel more than validates their work.
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