Money is awesome................. but on a serious note, I'm a fan of this game by Blizzard called Diablo 2 (my avatar). Well there are several sites all over the internet that are selling in-game items for actual money. This is, of course, a direct violation of the EULA. There is also another site that'* called D2 JSP and that is also in violation of Diablo'* EULA. There seems to be just a small problem though, Blizzard hasn't shut any of those sites down. The sites ruin gameplay and creates problems for legit players, which is a world'* difference then a school'* mascot using the "same" logo.
Is Chrysler and Ford money-hungry and Blizzard isn't?
Did you forget about World of Warcraft? $15 a month per player. You would assume Blizzard is about as greedy as they come, but they won't shut down the sites or press any kind of charges. They did however stop Ebay sellers from selling in-game items on that site. This game is also 10 years old. Is it worth Blizzard'* time anymore, that'* not the question.
Why do large companies go after stupid things like this, but if it'* important and there'* a good chance they'd win, they usually just leave it alone?