I know at least a few of you reading this are hardcore World of Warcraft players, so I thought it would be interesting to get your take on this:
A number of “World of Warcraft” players are up in arms over software being used by the game’s publisher to scan users’ computers for hacks prohibited under its terms of service.
“It opens the ability for a company to do a whole list of things under the guise of security,” said a frequent “World of Warcraft” player who asked to be referred to only by his first name, Dennis. “Once you give a company the right to scan your system, you’ve basically opened the door…Now you must fully trust that company with any data on your computer, because it’s at their discretion that they download this data and do whatever they want to with it under the guise of stopping the hackers.”
Do you care about the privacy issues? Do you really think Blizzard would do anything malicious?
Read: CNET News.com