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Procurer Fennika
Posted - 2008.03.21 18:06:00 - [1]
 

Ask them why EVE has a timer for chinese players and who required this in exchange to allow run EVE:O in China?

Bronson Hughes
ADVANCED Combat and Engineering
Posted - 2008.03.21 18:10:00 - [2]
 

Originally by: Procurer Fennika
Ask them why EVE has a timer for chinese players and who required this in exchange to allow run EVE:O in China?


Because the Chinese government requires it by law for pretty much all online games that can be played in China. This isn't CCP cracking down on the Chinese, it's CCP complying with Chinese law.

Zeph Solaris
Shark Investments
Posted - 2008.03.21 22:22:00 - [3]
 

I fail to see the relationship between the thread's title and thread's content despite OP's apparent lack of knowledge of the subject matter.

Kitoba
Minmatar
Legion of Dynamic Discord
Posted - 2008.03.21 22:49:00 - [4]
 

I actually expected this thread to be an inquiry about whether or not CCP would disregard the player's council opinion if they planned to exchange their user base with a WoW-like audience.

To answer your question: It is not generally considered as "undemocratic" to stop at a red light in china just because the government decided it would be a good idea and didn't ask any of their people.

Hell, some parties around here would gladly to pass the same law, but surely won't advertise themselves with nor get elected just because of it.

CCP Wrangler

Posted - 2008.03.21 23:17:00 - [5]
 

This is a political discussion and as such it is not allowed on the EVE boards.


 

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