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It seems battle.net mods have been busy lately. Busy chasing after cheaters, hackers, and third-party program users. Well after the dust cleared... 320,000 of them fell. Here's their official statement...

We’ve recently banned over 320,000 Warcraft III and Diablo II accounts that were found to be violating the Battle.net Terms of Use. If this is a first offense, the CD key associated with the banned account will be suspended for 30 days, while repeat offenders will see their keys banned permanently. All account ban decisions are final. 
We would like all players to remember that abuse of unintended mechanics and/or use of third party programs is a violation of the agreement made when signing on to Battle.net, and can subject your account to disciplinary action up to and including a permanent ban of its access to the service. These types of activities can severely impact the stability of our servers, and we’ll continue to aggressively monitor Battle.net in order to protect the service and its players from the harmful effects of cheating. 
Many account closures come as the direct result of tips emailed to our hacks team by legitimate Battle.net users.

I've never really liked in-game cheaters. I play online games a lot and it irks me off when some players decrease the enjoyment factor through cheating and hacks. Good one, Blizzard. Keep it up!

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