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We had already discussed it frequently on buffed: Blizzard's(automated?!) ban system works frustratingly unreliable. Over the past year and a half, accounts of WoW Classic players were repeatedly banned for using unauthorized programs, who subsequently claimed to be innocent. However, in many cases there was only a renewed, more in-depth investigation of the case if enough dust was raised by the person concerned on the Internet. After being re-screened by a Blizzard employee, many of the bans were then rescinded.
That this issue continues to be an issue (and will likely be an issue in TBC Classic, unfortunately) is evidenced by several recent reports from players on community platforms like Reddit. They can be summarized as follows:
From a distance, those responsible seem downright overwhelmed, which is all the sadder when you consider that Activision Blizzard has had a very successful year - the value of the company is currently estimated at 73 billion US dollars (in the summer of 2019, the value was still at 37 billion US dollars, according to estimates). At the same time, we should not be surprised about this, if we remember the layoffs from 2019 or the closure of the Versailles office last year.
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