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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Who the hell is NC Soft?

I can understand why blizzard is cracking down on users of a "speed cheat" - the faster you can move around the landscape, the quicker you can complete a quest which means you can play more of the game in your free month than Blizzard intended. They are protecting their financial interest in the product, it has nothing to do with protecting cheat free players.

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