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Microsoft has previously condemned "government surveillance," vowing to enhance encryption in the future. We will keep an eye on the developments as they unfold. Take a look at the entire report, which is 82 pages long, for more details.Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime Is Leaving A Very Lucrative Job
Blizzard the gaming company behind popular franchises such as World of Warcraft has made a few changes to the method by which employees are compensated. Activision Blizzard's Proxy Statement reveals that the company has canceled a plan known as"the Blizzard Christmas Plan but it claims that it's just rearranged to ensure that the money gets to employees' accounts as a result of their feedback.
Blizzard will once again offer an BlizzCon Virtual ticket so that people who cannot attend in person are able to be part of the fun from home. However, this year Virtual Ticket holders can actually play a version for WoW WOTLK classic.
As per the news release, home players will be able get from the BlizzCon WoW WOTLK classic Demo which will be available at the show floor for those attending the event starting November 2 at 1 pm PT. This will comprise two zones with early levels that will be available to play for Alliance and the other specifically for Horde. The game will be accessible until 10 am in the morning on November 8 and those who went to BlizzCon in person can return home to take part in buy WOW WOTLK Classic Gold the game too.