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11-25-2011 @ 8:38PM
This is probably a silly question, but is speaking with friends (ie, privately, knowing confidence is well-placed) about NDA-covered content qualify as breaking the NDA?
11-25-2011 @ 9:29PM
Unless they have your phone/house bugged, a private conversation will not get you in trouble. A semi-private conversation say, in ear distance from a blizzard official could, but more likely, they would walk over to you and remind you about the NDA. Posting stuff on the internet however, I would imagine is strongly breaking the terms of the NDA. And like I stated earlier, the bulk of the info that came out from Cata was after the NDA was lifted. There may have been things here and there, but it was a fraction compared to what came out later.
11-26-2011 @ 2:58AM
I wrote a reply, but the system first posted it as a non-reply, and won't let me try again, only giving me that damn "You did it!" ERROR message, as I'm getting no email to confirm that post. See below for what I wrote.
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