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July 14th, 2014, 22:21
If this is true, and Origin in poking around people's computers in a way that is illegal then I really hope they get the pants sued off of them.

Their EULA may have you 'agree' to things that are NOT enforceable in court - much like a Landlord cannot kick somebody out of rental without a proper notice even if you make a lease agreement where each party agrees to such eviction process.

EA is the poster boy for capitalist greed… and I say that as someone who is pro-capitalist. They need some serious humbling if they are willfully breaking laws. Then again I'm heavily biased as I've loathed EA for a very long time. My last EA game purchase was probably early on this century.

If I'm right but there is no wife around to acknowledge it, am I still right?
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