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NDA Violation During Anthem Alpha Nets One Player an Empty Origin Game Library - MMORPG.com

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  • mmrvmmrv Member RarePosts: 301
    Ungood said:
    mmrv said:

    Popple said:


    Ungood said:







    exile01 said:


    I dont think this is news-worthy...


    You guys fail to see the news here

    When you buy something you are legal owner of it. Right ?
    You buy a car. Its yours. You buy phone. Its yours.
    You buy a game on Origin ... well its not really yours

    What would you say if tommorow Apple remotely bricked your new iPhone 8 , because you were in closed beta of new iTunes, and posted online that its a crap.

    Still not news worthy ?









    Lease a car... and try to see how much you own it.




    Show me where it say the game you bought is Just a Lease.. Now if i went to a store and lease a game to play, that would be a different story..Oh and the pricing would be Major Difference. $5 to lease a game for a week and $80 to buy...That game i bought for $80 belongs to me!



    Wouldnt matter the analogy is incorrect. anthem is the product the lease would be with not the other titles in the library. A more accurate comparison would be you lease 2 cars from ford break the lease with car A and they then break the contract and lease and repossess car B as well. That is against the law.

    Just to clear things up. A lease is provided though a Bank, or loan provider.

    If you have the lease for both cars though the same provider, and you break contract, the provider can opt, at their discretion depending on the severity of the situation, to cancel any and all other accounts you have with them, like checking accounts, credit cards, and also including the lease on the other car, and reposes both cars.

    Also keep in mind that the NDA was signed with EA & Bioware, as a company, as a whole, not just with Anthem. It was regarding Anthem, but signed with EA & Bioware, this it can affect any and all other dealings you have with, this included any other services they may provide you.

    Just saying.. 
    I think you are either incorrect or just trying to be difficult by suggesting I bought both cars  on one lease for both.... I was saying that when you make two separate contracts for different products through the same company they cannot terminate any an all contracts because they are not happy about xyz with one of the contracts you have. Each contract is a separate business agreement. Well let me be more clear, actually they can do w/e they want but it would be against the law and they would be putting themselves at risk of the legal actions that might follow, which really was my point. Companies often do not follow the law, and they often do not follow the law knowingly. Its a risk assessment choosing to face potential legal action and if the risk is low they will do w/e the hell they want even if its against the law.

    Also its important for people like you to understand that companies like Bioware are not legally able to apply law, which was another of my points. So while it might be true the NDA was signed between the person and bioware the actual"company" Bioware itself has ZERO and I MEAN ZERO prerogative to decide guilt and to impose punishments under our laws. That is what the courts do in most western countries. Let me repeat this again as its critical no company in for example the USA has ANY LEGAL AUTHORITY to either convict a public person of guilt or to incur any type of punishment upon an individual for civil/state or federal laws they believe were broken.
  • FlyByKnightFlyByKnight Member EpicPosts: 3,967
    Aeander said:
    Here's something to think about, how did they shut him down before he got passed the welcome screen?

    Was someone able to contact EA/Bioware within 1 degree of separation from the authority to immediately do something like that, or was it a software based response...

    Perhaps the alpha client was programmed to recognize Twitch and other similar programs running in the background? A similar kerfuffle happened with Destiny 2 allegedly banning players who ran basic 3rd party programs like Discord.
    That's why stories like this are fishy no matter how it's told. Discord and other programs like it have components that allow them to act as "overlays" while the client is running.

    It's like:

    "Hey [insert game], its me Discord, can I put my UI on top of yours while you're running?" 
    "Yes, you can you're cool" or "No, I'm shutting down I don't trust you"

    The story being told seems more like:

    "Hey, it's me [insert game], what's that you're doing on YOUR machine? Ahhh I see, you're using that in the background and you're using that too? OOOOOH I'M TELLING EVERYTHING! Oh and f#$% all the other games you bought too"

    The alleged immediacy of account level action is concerning.
    "As far as the forum code of conduct, I would think it's a bit outdated and in need of a refre *CLOSED*" 

    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  • FlyByKnightFlyByKnight Member EpicPosts: 3,967
    Also (separate response needed), this is why game developers are classifying themselves as SaaS (software as a service) so they have more legal leverage and control on the ownership. There's nothing wrong with that, but they ARE double dipping.

    If you're a software as a service the whole "retail box price" thing comes into question. SaaS should be a subscription or F2P (with however they choose to monetize). A setup fee equal to a one month payment makes sense, but that retail $59.99 - $69.99 needs to be pushed back on. What are we as consumers paying for? There's no box and even if there is, we don't own what's in it and can be arbitrarily locked out of what was paid for.

    It's something for all gamers to ponder about because the "as a service" shift is a upon us.
    MadFrenchieMrMelGibsonGobstopper3D
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    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  • VyntVynt Member UncommonPosts: 753
    The car analogy had me thinking.

    Even buying a car is kind of like getting a MMO. To use your car legally, you still have to pay a subscription (registration, car insurance), and still get hit with micro transactions in the form of gas and maintenance.

    Sure you still have the car, but would get in trouble a lot easier (if you didn't pay your registration, car insurance) than if you bought a MMO, did a bit of work and used it on a private server. Hell, some even allow it such as EQ with p99.

    Got me thinking even more how so many places charge to allow you to park your car. Being hit with micro transactions left and right!


    Octagon7711
  • Slapshot1188Slapshot1188 Member LegendaryPosts: 11,073
    edited December 2018
    Vynt said:
    The car analogy had me thinking.

    Even buying a car is kind of like getting a MMO. To use your car legally, you still have to pay a subscription (registration, car insurance), and still get hit with micro transactions in the form of gas and maintenance.

    Sure you still have the car, but would get in trouble a lot easier (if you didn't pay your registration, car insurance) than if you bought a MMO, did a bit of work and used it on a private server. Hell, some even allow it such as EQ with p99.

    Got me thinking even more how so many places charge to allow you to park your car. Being hit with micro transactions left and right!


    Wait until "they" try charging you by the mile for using your car.

    Or my favorite... now that they force you to use a toll tag/transponder.  They simply do the math between tolls and send you a ticket in the mail for speeding.

    It's coming...

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  • UngoodUngood Member EpicPosts: 2,757
    mmrv said:
    Ungood said:
    mmrv said:

    Popple said:


    Ungood said:







    exile01 said:


    I dont think this is news-worthy...


    You guys fail to see the news here

    When you buy something you are legal owner of it. Right ?
    You buy a car. Its yours. You buy phone. Its yours.
    You buy a game on Origin ... well its not really yours

    What would you say if tommorow Apple remotely bricked your new iPhone 8 , because you were in closed beta of new iTunes, and posted online that its a crap.

    Still not news worthy ?









    Lease a car... and try to see how much you own it.




    Show me where it say the game you bought is Just a Lease.. Now if i went to a store and lease a game to play, that would be a different story..Oh and the pricing would be Major Difference. $5 to lease a game for a week and $80 to buy...That game i bought for $80 belongs to me!



    Wouldnt matter the analogy is incorrect. anthem is the product the lease would be with not the other titles in the library. A more accurate comparison would be you lease 2 cars from ford break the lease with car A and they then break the contract and lease and repossess car B as well. That is against the law.

    Just to clear things up. A lease is provided though a Bank, or loan provider.

    If you have the lease for both cars though the same provider, and you break contract, the provider can opt, at their discretion depending on the severity of the situation, to cancel any and all other accounts you have with them, like checking accounts, credit cards, and also including the lease on the other car, and reposes both cars.

    Also keep in mind that the NDA was signed with EA & Bioware, as a company, as a whole, not just with Anthem. It was regarding Anthem, but signed with EA & Bioware, this it can affect any and all other dealings you have with, this included any other services they may provide you.

    Just saying.. 
    I think you are either incorrect or just trying to be difficult by suggesting I bought both cars  on one lease for both.... I was saying that when you make two separate contracts for different products through the same company they cannot terminate any an all contracts because they are not happy about xyz with one of the contracts you have. 
    Oh No No No.. Make no mistake..  YES they can.

    Depending on the severity of the breech on conduct, a private institution can flat out terminate any and ALL dealings they have with you, and refuse to engage in any future dealings with you.

    If you think they can't protect themselves in this manner, you are flat out wrong.
  • UngoodUngood Member EpicPosts: 2,757
    Vynt said:
    The car analogy had me thinking.

    Even buying a car is kind of like getting a MMO. To use your car legally, you still have to pay a subscription (registration, car insurance), and still get hit with micro transactions in the form of gas and maintenance.

    Sure you still have the car, but would get in trouble a lot easier (if you didn't pay your registration, car insurance) than if you bought a MMO, did a bit of work and used it on a private server. Hell, some even allow it such as EQ with p99.

    Got me thinking even more how so many places charge to allow you to park your car. Being hit with micro transactions left and right!


    Wait until "they" try charging you by the mile for using your car.

    Or my favorite... now that they force you to use a toll tag/transponder.  They simply do the math between tolls and send you a ticket in the mail for speeding.

    It's coming...

    If it makes you feel any better, some states do in fact tax you for millage on your car..  is your life complete now?
  • TalaharTalahar Member UncommonPosts: 18
    edited December 2018
    I call BS on this. They would just suspend the account, which meant you couldn't even log into origin.
  • ConstantineMerusConstantineMerus Member EpicPosts: 2,691
    edited December 2018
    Okay I just noticed this - they haven't suspended his account but removed his games? lol? I guess someone's trying to ride on the hating EA to fame. 
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  • Octagon7711Octagon7711 Member LegendaryPosts: 8,840
    Ungood said:
    Vynt said:
    The car analogy had me thinking.

    Even buying a car is kind of like getting a MMO. To use your car legally, you still have to pay a subscription (registration, car insurance), and still get hit with micro transactions in the form of gas and maintenance.

    Sure you still have the car, but would get in trouble a lot easier (if you didn't pay your registration, car insurance) than if you bought a MMO, did a bit of work and used it on a private server. Hell, some even allow it such as EQ with p99.

    Got me thinking even more how so many places charge to allow you to park your car. Being hit with micro transactions left and right!


    Wait until "they" try charging you by the mile for using your car.

    Or my favorite... now that they force you to use a toll tag/transponder.  They simply do the math between tolls and send you a ticket in the mail for speeding.

    It's coming...

    If it makes you feel any better, some states do in fact tax you for millage on your car..  is your life complete now?
    There are a few articles around about people who got speeding tickets mailed to them for speeding in rental vehicles, based on GPS data.

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  • Octagon7711Octagon7711 Member LegendaryPosts: 8,840
    Okay I just noticed this - they haven't suspended his account but removed his games? lol? I guess someone's trying to ride on the hating EA to fame. 
    Maybe they value his business and went him to continue to purchase games in the future. :smiley:
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  • Dr_BinksDr_Binks Member UncommonPosts: 243
    Man I can believe what I see here. More of you are pissed at EA for shutting him down then pissed about him braking the NDA. He agreed to the terms of use and he violated them he should be glad thats all they did!

    It's like buying a music CD, Yes you paid for it and you own it but that does not mean you own the right to make copies to give to you buddies. If you do and you get caught you will broke and may even be in the big house.

    People have to learn that you just can't do what ever you want to do. There are rules in life and if you are stupid enough to brake them you'll just may have to pay!!
    Ungood
  • ConstantineMerusConstantineMerus Member EpicPosts: 2,691
    Okay I just noticed this - they haven't suspended his account but removed his games? lol? I guess someone's trying to ride on the hating EA to fame. 
    Maybe they value his business and went him to continue to purchase games in the future. :smiley:
    Maybe they are a satanic cult and they see him as the best male candidate to father the Antichrist? I guess anything's possible! :grimace:
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  • Azaron_NightbladeAzaron_Nightblade Member EpicPosts: 4,713
    Serves him right for being so greedy for views.
    Ungood

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  • mmoloummolou Member UncommonPosts: 205
    mmrv said:
    I think you are either incorrect or just trying to be difficult by suggesting I bought both cars  on one lease for both.... I was saying that when you make two separate contracts for different products through the same company they cannot terminate any an all contracts because they are not happy about xyz with one of the contracts you have. Each contract is a separate business agreement.
    Ok.

    If you really believe that, try this:

    Go to a bank, any bank, and open a bank account.
    Then with the same bank, open a bank account for a child.

    Put money in your bank account, and put money in the child's bank account.

    Mess about with your bank account, go overdrawn, owe the bank money, refuse to pay it.

    Watch as the bank take the money from the child's account, and any other account that is with that bank and in credit that has your name attached to it in any way.

    Then try and tell them they cannot do what they did as they are separate contracts for different products, see how far that gets you.

    Go one step further and claim they can not legally do it, see how that goes.

    Let us know here how you get on ;P
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  • laxielaxie Member RarePosts: 1,047
    If I lost my Steam Library, I'd be shattered. It's the most valuable possession I managed to secure in life.
  • jonp200jonp200 Member UncommonPosts: 450

    Utinni said:




    exile01 said:

    I dont think this is news-worthy...

    You guys fail to see the news here

    When you buy something you are legal owner of it. Right ?
    You buy a car. Its yours. You buy phone. Its yours.
    You buy a game on Origin ... well its not really yours

    What would you say if tommorow Apple remotely bricked your new iPhone 8 , because you were in closed beta of new iTunes, and posted online that its a crap.

    Still not news worthy ?





    If you read the EULA of almost any game these days you don't technically own the game. 

    I'd say violating an NDA with a major company like that and all you lost was an origin account is pretty good. Yea it's "just a game" but its their product and a very expensive one at that.



    Yeah, you own the right to use the software under the terms you agree to when you open it.

    Seaspite
    Playing ESO on my X-Box


  • alkarionlogalkarionlog Member RarePosts: 2,798
    Ungood said:
    mmrv said:
    Ungood said:
    mmrv said:

    Popple said:


    Ungood said:







    exile01 said:


    I dont think this is news-worthy...


    You guys fail to see the news here

    When you buy something you are legal owner of it. Right ?
    You buy a car. Its yours. You buy phone. Its yours.
    You buy a game on Origin ... well its not really yours

    What would you say if tommorow Apple remotely bricked your new iPhone 8 , because you were in closed beta of new iTunes, and posted online that its a crap.

    Still not news worthy ?









    Lease a car... and try to see how much you own it.




    Show me where it say the game you bought is Just a Lease.. Now if i went to a store and lease a game to play, that would be a different story..Oh and the pricing would be Major Difference. $5 to lease a game for a week and $80 to buy...That game i bought for $80 belongs to me!



    Wouldnt matter the analogy is incorrect. anthem is the product the lease would be with not the other titles in the library. A more accurate comparison would be you lease 2 cars from ford break the lease with car A and they then break the contract and lease and repossess car B as well. That is against the law.

    Just to clear things up. A lease is provided though a Bank, or loan provider.

    If you have the lease for both cars though the same provider, and you break contract, the provider can opt, at their discretion depending on the severity of the situation, to cancel any and all other accounts you have with them, like checking accounts, credit cards, and also including the lease on the other car, and reposes both cars.

    Also keep in mind that the NDA was signed with EA & Bioware, as a company, as a whole, not just with Anthem. It was regarding Anthem, but signed with EA & Bioware, this it can affect any and all other dealings you have with, this included any other services they may provide you.

    Just saying.. 
    I think you are either incorrect or just trying to be difficult by suggesting I bought both cars  on one lease for both.... I was saying that when you make two separate contracts for different products through the same company they cannot terminate any an all contracts because they are not happy about xyz with one of the contracts you have. 
    Oh No No No.. Make no mistake..  YES they can.

    Depending on the severity of the breech on conduct, a private institution can flat out terminate any and ALL dealings they have with you, and refuse to engage in any future dealings with you.

    If you think they can't protect themselves in this manner, you are flat out wrong.
    they can freeze your account, based for lack of payment, so they can then enter in a process to use the account funds to pay for the money you are owned, but they can't cancel it
    FOR HONOR, FOR FREEDOM.... and for some money.
  • XasapisXasapis Member RarePosts: 6,337
    If I don't feel that my purchases in your platform are safe, I will stop using said platform.

    Legal talk becomes irrelevant if you start losing customers because of lack of trust.
    Gorwe
  • laseritlaserit Member LegendaryPosts: 6,157
    edited December 2018
    Ungood said:
    Vynt said:
    The car analogy had me thinking.

    Even buying a car is kind of like getting a MMO. To use your car legally, you still have to pay a subscription (registration, car insurance), and still get hit with micro transactions in the form of gas and maintenance.

    Sure you still have the car, but would get in trouble a lot easier (if you didn't pay your registration, car insurance) than if you bought a MMO, did a bit of work and used it on a private server. Hell, some even allow it such as EQ with p99.

    Got me thinking even more how so many places charge to allow you to park your car. Being hit with micro transactions left and right!


    Wait until "they" try charging you by the mile for using your car.

    Or my favorite... now that they force you to use a toll tag/transponder.  They simply do the math between tolls and send you a ticket in the mail for speeding.

    It's coming...

    If it makes you feel any better, some states do in fact tax you for millage on your car..  is your life complete now?
    There are a few articles around about people who got speeding tickets mailed to them for speeding in rental vehicles, based on GPS data.
    I don't believe that ratting out your clients would be good for business.

    Red light camera's and/or photo radar.

    If you receive one of these while renting a car the ticket will end up on your lap. In Europe some countries have those systems that measure your progress from point to point and calculate whether you were speeding or not.

    "Be water my friend" - Bruce Lee

  • rodarinrodarin Member RarePosts: 2,452
    edited December 2018
    Vynt said:
    The car analogy had me thinking.

    Even buying a car is kind of like getting a MMO. To use your car legally, you still have to pay a subscription (registration, car insurance), and still get hit with micro transactions in the form of gas and maintenance.

    Sure you still have the car, but would get in trouble a lot easier (if you didn't pay your registration, car insurance) than if you bought a MMO, did a bit of work and used it on a private server. Hell, some even allow it such as EQ with p99.

    Got me thinking even more how so many places charge to allow you to park your car. Being hit with micro transactions left and right!


    Wait until "they" try charging you by the mile for using your car.

    Or my favorite... now that they force you to use a toll tag/transponder.  They simply do the math between tolls and send you a ticket in the mail for speeding.

    It's coming...

    California ran something last Nov (2017) where they had digital readers in cars who tracked the mileage. And were pretty much convinced that they were going to implement a mileage tax. The irony is sweet to be sure. But I really thought it would have been implemented by now. Guess they waited until they let the numbnuts out their vote themselves a (illegal) gas tax into law Brown passed in the middle of the night. SO now the state has free reign to do what they want to people I guess when it comes to motor vehicles.

    I expect some sort of chip in the registration stickers or in the plates themselves (because then they can force people to pay for a new set of plates to boot) and everyone will not only be tracked per mile but also where they go. Of course they will say thats not going to happen but yeah whatever.

    related articles....

    https://thehill.com/policy/transportation/266626-california-testing-mileage-fees-as-gas-tax-replacement

    https://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2017/12/11/california-considers-mileage-tax/
  • UngoodUngood Member EpicPosts: 2,757
    Ungood said:
    mmrv said:
    Ungood said:
    mmrv said:

    Popple said:


    Ungood said:







    exile01 said:


    I dont think this is news-worthy...


    You guys fail to see the news here

    When you buy something you are legal owner of it. Right ?
    You buy a car. Its yours. You buy phone. Its yours.
    You buy a game on Origin ... well its not really yours

    What would you say if tommorow Apple remotely bricked your new iPhone 8 , because you were in closed beta of new iTunes, and posted online that its a crap.

    Still not news worthy ?









    Lease a car... and try to see how much you own it.




    Show me where it say the game you bought is Just a Lease.. Now if i went to a store and lease a game to play, that would be a different story..Oh and the pricing would be Major Difference. $5 to lease a game for a week and $80 to buy...That game i bought for $80 belongs to me!



    Wouldnt matter the analogy is incorrect. anthem is the product the lease would be with not the other titles in the library. A more accurate comparison would be you lease 2 cars from ford break the lease with car A and they then break the contract and lease and repossess car B as well. That is against the law.

    Just to clear things up. A lease is provided though a Bank, or loan provider.

    If you have the lease for both cars though the same provider, and you break contract, the provider can opt, at their discretion depending on the severity of the situation, to cancel any and all other accounts you have with them, like checking accounts, credit cards, and also including the lease on the other car, and reposes both cars.

    Also keep in mind that the NDA was signed with EA & Bioware, as a company, as a whole, not just with Anthem. It was regarding Anthem, but signed with EA & Bioware, this it can affect any and all other dealings you have with, this included any other services they may provide you.

    Just saying.. 
    I think you are either incorrect or just trying to be difficult by suggesting I bought both cars  on one lease for both.... I was saying that when you make two separate contracts for different products through the same company they cannot terminate any an all contracts because they are not happy about xyz with one of the contracts you have. 
    Oh No No No.. Make no mistake..  YES they can.

    Depending on the severity of the breech on conduct, a private institution can flat out terminate any and ALL dealings they have with you, and refuse to engage in any future dealings with you.

    If you think they can't protect themselves in this manner, you are flat out wrong.
    they can freeze your account, based for lack of payment, so they can then enter in a process to use the account funds to pay for the money you are owned, but they can't cancel it
    mmolou said:
    mmrv said:
    I think you are either incorrect or just trying to be difficult by suggesting I bought both cars  on one lease for both.... I was saying that when you make two separate contracts for different products through the same company they cannot terminate any an all contracts because they are not happy about xyz with one of the contracts you have. Each contract is a separate business agreement.
    Ok.

    If you really believe that, try this:

    Go to a bank, any bank, and open a bank account.
    Then with the same bank, open a bank account for a child.

    Put money in your bank account, and put money in the child's bank account.

    Mess about with your bank account, go overdrawn, owe the bank money, refuse to pay it.

    Watch as the bank take the money from the child's account, and any other account that is with that bank and in credit that has your name attached to it in any way.

    Then try and tell them they cannot do what they did as they are separate contracts for different products, see how far that gets you.

    Go one step further and claim they can not legally do it, see how that goes.

    Let us know here how you get on ;P
    You would be amazed what people think they are entitled to, or what the law says, or what rights they think they have.

    The reality is a lot of companies have a lot of rights to protect themselves, and Banks are the absolute worst when it comes to their ability to protect themselves and screw their clients.
    ConstantineMerusmmolou
  • MrMelGibsonMrMelGibson Member EpicPosts: 3,019
    thunderC said:
    Suspend his account for a month or two, fine. Maybe ban him from purchasing Anthem for 6 months, I could support that. Wipe his library of games he paid for, Thats just being scummy but what else should one expect from EA.

    So no accountability at all? No wonder we are fucked as a society. No one takes responsibility anymore. It's always someone else's fault, this time "big bad " EA. I hope he had a huge library of games.
    ConstantineMerusGorwe
  • MrMelGibsonMrMelGibson Member EpicPosts: 3,019
    Do we really own the games we pay for or are they licensed to us for limited use? Digital rights are usually written up as licensed to use, not to own. Like buying an MMO and it closes down, what rights do we have to continue to use all the things we paid for?
    if that is the case, why pay at all? I will just get the "free" copy of the internet and be done with it
    Ya, I'm sure you weren't going to pirate anyways. Whatever you have to tell yourself to justify your theft.
  • GorweGorwe Member EpicPosts: 6,102
    edited December 2018
    Wanna bet the game will be a shit show? Also, while I agree with NDA breach bans, this is just extreme. IF the account was not a throwaway test to begin with.

    Regardless, this is why I keep mentioning you don't own your "games", but merely a license to them.
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