WoW Hax0r Crackdown

The World of Warcraft Community Site (thanks HomeLAN Fed) announces the banning of several World of Warcraft accounts due to the use of a speed hack cheat. They describe a "zero tolerance policy" in regards to situations like this, and warn that future cheaters will be banned outright in a similar manner.
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Re: Yeah it's good, but....
Dec 4, 2004, 16:11
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Re: Yeah it's good, but.... Dec 4, 2004, 16:11
Dec 4, 2004, 16:11
 
What's the fuss here though? If there's no PvP yet, as I understand it, then what harm are they doing to the other players? I'm all for banning cheaters who screw over others, but if they're just cheating the AI, then an outright ban seems a little bit much. Are they getting uber items and screwing up the games economy or something like that?

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