Since you're such an advocate of the courts and law, here's a little snippet from Bnet's EULA:
3. Ownership. All title, ownership, and intellectual property rights in and to Battle.net (including, but not limited to, any titles, computer code, themes, objects, characters, character names, stories, dialog, catch phrases, locations, concepts, artwork, animations, sounds, musical compositions, audio-visual effects, methods of operation, moral rights, any related documentation, "applets" incorporated into Battle.net, transcripts of the chat rooms, member profile information, recordings of games played on Battle.net, and software) are owned by Blizzard Entertainment or its licensors. All rights are reserved. Battle.net is protected by the copyright laws of the United States, international copyright treaties and conventions, and other laws. All rights are reserved. Battle.net may contain certain licensed materials, and Blizzard's licensors may protect their rights in the event of any violation of this Agreement.
4. Your Use of Battle.net.
A. You are entitled to use Battle.net for your own personal use, but you shall not be entitled to
(i) sell or grant a security interest in or transfer reproductions of Battle.net to other parties in any way, nor to rent, lease, or license Battle.net to others without the prior written consent of Blizzard;
(ii) copy, photocopy, reproduce, translate, reverse engineer, modify, disassemble, or de-compile in whole or in part any Battle.net software;
(iii) create derivative works based on Battle.net;
pwned. I think the EFF and bnetd is fucked in this situation. Stop arguing, it's in plain print.