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Authorities in Slovenia and China have sentenced the cyber criminals behind a massive botnet and World of Warcraft hacks to jail.
New documents show that multiple spy agencies in the US, as well as GCHQ in the UK, used online games as way to track down terrorists.
Activision Blizzard admits to investors that 1.3 million World of Warcraft subscribers left the game between January and March this year.
News in BriefGood afternoon. It is Friday. In case you're already off to the pub, here is One More Thing: TLDR edition: The internet is weird. A man has some money. A phone may have caught fire. Some birds are angry.
World of Warcraft publisher Activision Blizzard is cutting 600 jobs as the company reacts to rapidly falling subscriber figures.
The number of paying subscribers for Blizzard's fantasy MMO World of Warcraft has dropped for the second financial quarter in a row.
A tool developed by researchers from North Carolina State University can now apparently predict the behaviour of players in MMOs, which could mean some startling new developments for gamers.
The US Navy is hoping to find new ways of stopping Somalian pirates by crowdsourcing ideas from a multiplayer online game.