""We need our development teams focused on content and
cool features, not anti-piracy technology." Thank you, finally!
See, Blizzard gets it. The company's co-founder, Frank Pearce,
recently told the good folks at Video Gamer that he thinks the
fight against DRM is misguided. Not that he supports end-users
going around torrenting his games till the end of time, but that
the way to "beat" piracy is to embrace gamers and treat them like
"Part of the process is the new Battle.net, which launches with
StarCraft II. Its DRM is rather simple:"