lol, its cool bra.
Originally Posted by Trunks
Do you got any real proof that they actually search through the files(aka look into the files and search for information inside them) and not just looking what kinds of files it is in search for games(to find all games they need to search though lots and lots of files for the right ones).
this will be 3 times ive said this but here we go again...
Originally Posted by paecmaker
no it dosnt open each file. but really, is that what it would take for you to feel your privacy has been infringed on? never mind the fact that every file on your pc is logged and the list is sent to ea. as ive said 3 times now, that is enough for me to feel my privacy has been infringed on.
what ea is doing is the equivalent of someone selling you wrist watch that tracks your every move, what you ate for breakfast, what toothbrush you used to brush your teeth, along with when and how often you use it, what furniture is in your house, who made your tv, what shows you watched.. ect
Last edited by bobjaret; 03-04-2012 at 03:03 PM.
Actually it would be the equivalent to someone knowing the brand or type of wrist watch you bought. Also it would be what you bought for breakfast not actually ate. That's looking side, and what toothbrush you use to brush your teeth. how many times you use it would also be considered looking inside the file. You got the tv and furniture right though, good job. Though what tv shows you watch could also be considered what's inside. I'm assuming your "ect" is going to be wrong, because you listed so many falsities already, it is a good probability that you would get future examples wrong.
Originally Posted by bobjaret
The thing is, stores already track all this stuff! Yes when you buy things and check out it goes through this thing called a computer. A computer is this adavnaced machine that has magical powers, anyway it is capable of keeping track of EVERYTHING. So when you buy stuff, the store knows that it was bought and exactly what you bought. Simliar to EA, it knows what programs you have on your computer. Doesn't know if you use it, but it knows you have it. Just like the store! The whole world is a conspiracy, I think people may know where I work and go to school at too.
Aren't there a lot of games that do this sort of thing already? I remember playing some free-to-play MMOs and them doing file scans to make sure that you weren't modifying them... or is this distinctly different in some way? I haven't researched it much aside from just reading this thread.
As a side note, I can't believe how often I have to say this, but come on, guys. Don't insult each others' intelligence just because you have different views. Disagree and debate without being insulting!
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Here's a new view to look at. How else is EA going to find out if your games are legal. Since you can place the game files anywhere they can't just scan one portion of your hard drive. And they can't just scan the game files because that's impossible.
Last edited by CraeSC111; 03-04-2012 at 10:34 PM.
Registered just up, Mom, it really is trouble, really makes me speechless, the new user is not to the fat link, sad,
haha. this spammer makes me rofl
Originally Posted by chalerain
Oh yes, I can safely say I've had a few laughs..
Lol Wtf? That certainly was interesting >_< Im just going to start talking like that in real life, just using random strings of words.
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