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3-09-2012 @ 12:19PM
Breaking an NDA makes you a disrespective journalist.But there are already disrespective journalists.While I don't hope the NDA gets broken (as it'll hurt the communication channels between Blizz and fans), I expect it will be - and I must admit I can't wait.
3-09-2012 @ 1:38PM
I dunno. What's the motivation?If you "leak it" you get no benefit from it. You WANT people to come to your site and see your advertisements and make you revenue. You don't want them to hear all the info on Joe Blow's Personal WoW Site.If you post it on anything that can make you money -- therefore tying the leak to your organization -- you've officially gotten yourself blacklisted from any future events/info.
3-10-2012 @ 1:36AM
the motivation is the same as any motivation ever cutaia - it's money.i don't pretend to know how websites generate revenue, but I do know that if you suddenly get 100k+ page views a day, you're gonna be able to monetize that in greater effect than 100 hits, for a smaller, lesser known wow site.
3-12-2012 @ 12:39PM
@PyroAnd when the site will get no more info on anything Blizz-related due to ban... no more revenue. Bad business.
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