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Submitted by DJZed 657d ago | news

Activision Blizzard sued for deceptive practices concerning authentication technology

GameDynamo - "As it turns out, Benjamin Bell, the lead Plaintiff, is suing both Blizzard Entertainment and its parent company, Activision, for "deceptive and unfair practices" in the sale of its authentication software. If you'll recall, there was a fairly large number of people getting "hacked" in Diablo III, having entire characters stripped of their gold and gear. Even though it was obviously a security problem on their end, Blizzard tried to pin it on their customers." (Activision, Blizzard, Diablo III, Industry, PC)

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