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Posted: Nov 20th 2009 2:20PM (Unverified) said

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Yet another very good read by The Mittani - that guy sure gives me the creeps :P

Posted: Nov 20th 2009 5:46PM Dblade said

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I don't see any plusses to this, personally. Darwin's is spending a ton of gaming time among people he doesn't like, in an organization he wants to see destroyed, putting up a false front just to manipulate people and situations. He has to buy and sell characters just to pull it off.

It's pretty sad as I play EVE I start to notice all of the big achievements tend to be negative, and proportional to the number of players you shaft or wreck.

Posted: Nov 20th 2009 6:37PM Graill440 said

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Another example of the failure of EVE and its resultant niche market existance.

You have losers like Mittani, that use real world tools to commit fraud, and theft, all real world.

Nothing can be countered in game, there are no tools ingame to stop a person from gaining real life confidence nor to stop a person from buying into other accounts to commit fraud, this equals a failure on the CCP devs part to claim there is anything close to espionage in EVE.

There is real world fraud, there is real world theft, as bad as if you had taken someones account pass, which in reality is what you have done, stupid people aside. What is CCP going to do when more folks press the issues? It has happened, and last time i checked there is no expiration on fraudulant crimes.

To have espionage in game there must be counters ingame, CCP has none.

I think a few folks need to read up on what happened to the first guy that was a "spy" he got what he deserved. I think more folks will have this happen to the point CCP will be forced to at some point to litigate, then the players commiting these real world crimes will feel the pain, CCP wants your sub money, they could care less about you. This game has no consequence, however a few EVE players have found out what real life consequence is all about.

What say you CCP?

Posted: Nov 20th 2009 6:57PM (Unverified) said

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Care to show us the depths of your ignorance and inform us exactly (and succinctly if you can manage) what this so-called real world crime is?

The interviewee legally purchases accounts. He doesn't hack them.
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Posted: Nov 20th 2009 7:44PM (Unverified) said

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I presume you mean "couldn't care less" (could NOT) because that means you care so little about something it is impossible to care any less about it.

I couldn't care less about spying in game because it's all part of Eve. It's only when it crosses over into RL that it becomes a concern.
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