TaintedLion5 karma2016-04-07 17:38:56 UTC
Hey VideoGameAttorney, what is your take on the whole Minecraft EULA deal thing a while back (you know, about having pay2win and buying in-game items with real money, even though the EULA prohibits that, but people still do it anyway)? Is there any way to really enforce that rule?
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TaintedLion3 karma2016-12-21 16:12:04 UTC
People should be more aware of anything as severe as brain tumours during the whole year, not just May!
TaintedLion3 karma2016-04-07 18:59:37 UTC
Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions!
Wow, VideoGameAttorney, great moves, keep it up, proud of you! ;)
TaintedLion2 karma2016-04-07 19:11:26 UTC
TaintedLion2 karma2016-04-07 18:12:44 UTC
But even though this has been going on for a long time, a lot of servers still do this, and are continuing to get away with this clear breach of the EULA. I have seen a transcript of a conversation between a server owner and a Mojang employee, trying to tell them that they are not breaking the EULA, to a MOJANG EMPLOYEE, and it is the cringiest thing I have read in a while. I can understand why they are doing it, I mean, servers aren't cheap to run, if you're renting one, but surely there must be other ways to finance running a server e.g. voluntary donations with no perks?
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