posted on Aug, 18 2007 @ 11:29 AM
Originally posted by seawolf197
Terrorist Guilds. I could see how you could use WoW as a virtual gathering place.
If you log on, and you are located out of the USA does that give the NSA permission to listen under the new wire tapping law?
Have you ever played the game sir? Are you a GM? Do you know anything about what a GM's job is.. Or even know what a GM is to start with? GM=
GameMaster and they run the show on their given server.
Did you know there are GM that are set in the game that are able to go over every word that is ever said on any server they have up?
Unless the terroist start their own mango server or something I mean its possible that way.. But I highly highly doubt they are doing that under the
"live" server accounts.. The GM take great pride in their work, and wouldnt let a place like wow be grounds for terror attacks..
Unless that terroist is from Crossroads thinking about revenge on the allience becasue they always seem to love attacking Crossroads!
Then its north to splitertree Fort to meet up and destory silverwing hold!!
Private Wow servers, Ill give you that much.. but not live accounts, they are monitored by teams of people paided to watch these very things.
Personal threats, ect ect.. Trust me, Ive been a part in helping GM's in their task on WOW. I have my own private servers, where I play with the
guild I created. So it is possible for any group of people to create a mango or other type and use it for virtual meeting place. That I wouldnt
deny as a possible option, just less likey, theres plenty of Games out there with less attention than wow to use.. More like Fly for fun, or a free
onlinegame.. WOW sertinly likes the attetion
As on a live server, if a GM thought he was onto something, he could just copy and take the report and send it into the Talking Heads.
This is just another attack on video games IMO.. Just another way to spin the real issues at hand.. lets blame the video games!!!
WOW servers are monitored!!!!
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