Blizzard defends The Warden "spyware"
Game maker Blizzard has been accused of spying on the four million players of World of Warcraft.
Net activists branded software used to spot cheats "spyware" because it gathers information about the other programs running on players' PCs.
In its defence Blizzard said nothing was done with the information gathered by the anti-cheat software.
And many players seem happy to have the software running if it cuts the amount of cheating in the game world. BBC NEWS | Technology | Warcraft game maker in spying row
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