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10-08-2011 @ 8:28AM
Yep, that fits, but the moment they opened the door a whole bunch of new bots came in to fill the gap. Some of them are located outside of the US and while Blizzard has sued Honorbuddy it is to be seen how the German laws apply. Even if Honorbuddy loses the legal battle you can be sure that the next bot is just a few lines of code away.Maybe from a land where Blizzard has no legal power at all.
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