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A survey performed by popular torrent blog TorrentFreak shows that internet pirates really REALLY like StarCraft II. By using file-sharing software BitTorrent to legally distribute digital copies of its game, developer Blizzard has also created quite a window for internet piracy. The damage calculated is currently over 260,000 illegal downloads of the RTS epic.
While no amount of piracy could ever really affect the Blizzard money pile, we’re sure some company execs must be raging over this. Hopefully, this situation doesn’t act as some sort of invitation for Blizzard to rethink its stance on digital rights management and create some new soul-crushing form of anti-piracy software.
Aug 12, 2010
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