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Blizzard has filed a federal lawsuit against the operators

Just days after Ebay summarily booted all of the gold farmers and other sellers of virtual goods out of their auction kingdom, Blizzard themselves have come down hard on the Chinese gold farmers.Last year, Blizzard banned nearly 60,000 World of Warcraft accounts for breaking their terms of service and it looks a lot like this year it is going to be the gold sellers and in-game spammers who will be under the knife. Emma Martin is an avid game-player who prefers to earn her own gold. If you're looking for great and legal gold farming tips without any cheats, hacks or bots, then you should check out this in-depth review of Derek's Gold Mastery Guide. It will definitely improve your game play and make WoW more fun.

Blizzard has filed a federal lawsuit against the operators of Peons4hire, a popular gold-selling organization which many of you have no doubt seen advertised. Fortunately, since the release of Blizzard's spam filters, a lot of the most egregious spam has stopped, but it will take a lot more diligence on Blizzard's part to finally put the trade in real money for gold to rest. As many of you know, the latest content patch, along with many great new content additions, contains technical counter-measures designed to combat in-game gold spamming. Our efforts to reduce in-game abuse and create a fun, safe environment for everyone are never-ending.With that said, we felt that it was important to share with the community just how serious we are in our efforts to combat this type of abuse. This first round of cease and desist orders, though, is a step in the right direction. Combined with Ebay's actions, this should go a long way to level the playing field for players who want to just enjoy the game without spending hundreds of dollars just to keep up with other players. It is definitely a step in the right direction.