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Video game fan asks court to ban real sloth and greed from World of Warcraft outlines a lawsuit brought by a World of Warcraft player against IGE over virtual gold sales. According to plaintiff Antonio Hernandez virtual gold sales hurt the game's economy. According to defendant IGE, he has no right to sue because players have no actual ownership of property and the defendant is failing to demonstrate damages, before they go on to once again assert they have departed the gold-selling business, something that seems to be patently false based on the gold ads on their website (which we will not link to). The story notes that Hernandez has one major ally in his effort: World of Warcraft developer Blizzard Entertainment.
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