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Blizzard cracks down on cheaters. Again.

Part Deux.

Further to a report in April that Blizzard had closed some 131,000 accounts because of cheating, we've now learned via GameSpot that the company has blitzed a further 112,000 accounts. Blizzard says that the users had been using cheating programs, and that they have further identified users using map-hacking programs, and those accounts will be closed as well if they find that the map-hacking has continued. Slapped wrists all round then, you cheating scumbags.

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