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Mar 12, 2010



I have to agree with your conclusion - it'd seem that a policy of allowing/encouraging third party UI mods for access would be the easiest and most equitable solution.


What would happen if Stern lived in China and played EQ2 on a European server?


So, hypothetically, Stern would be a Chinese citizen suing a U.S. company based on his inability to access a site based in Europe? That would be tricky, wouldn't it?

I doubt a U.S. court would take jurisdiction over that claim, but I imagine if the EU anti-discrimination laws apply to websites, they would apply to U.S. companies doing business in Europe.


i don't really think so.

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