here's a small excerpt since you seem too lazy to actually read the linked posts thoroughly.
"Blizzard" decides to drop the LAN playability mode on both Diablo 3 and StarCraft 2, so everyone that wants to play their game HAS to have a Battle.Net Account, an Unique Key (no longer playing with your mates or family on a private LAN with one copy of the game, but everyone needs his own and has to be logged in while doing so). http://starcraft.incgamers.com/blog/comments/no-lan-in-starcraft-ii-confirmed/
They also decided to turn the new Battle.Net 2.0 into a Privacy and Modder's Nightmare
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