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NSA spying on World of Warcraft

For any of you who don't know, evidently the NSA has been spying on World of Warcraft. Somewhere out there, someone is being paid to both be a real spy AND play World of Warcraft all day.  God, did I pick the wrong job.

Know what I keep thinking?  The NSA is trying to protect us against an attack - is that against the Alliance or the Horde?  It reminds me of the people who join a raid against an opposite-faction capital city and one of them ALWAYS says "I need to log off for just a second, hold a spot for me!" so they can go blab to the other faction.

Here's a pertinent video from The Daily Show:

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No surprise. They spy on everything else, so why not WoW and SL and the like.
I made a post about it, because I was very disappointed . We know that chats are transparent, but it's one thing when GMs can read them and completely another when government agents can.

I think that the only an explanation they might have is they were targeting gold farming and some other illegal activities.
Hey I gotta do a raid!
Why?
Uh I think there might be terrorists in this game!
Oh Ok Good Job!
So are the agents the really good players or the really sucky players?
They are totally the DPS that have to stand in fire.

juel1979

December 15 2013, 18:32:50 UTC 3 years ago Edited:  December 15 2013, 18:33:11 UTC

Well, if you off yourself early, you can play closer attention to raid chat/ general chat/voice chat. =P