Ufc-que Choisir, a French consumer group, has asked Blizzard to pay a certain amount of compensation to players within 15 days because of the network connectivity problems of Diablo 3.
Blizzard recently responded that they have received complaints, but the network connectivity issues have been in the Battle Network agreement and game packaging, the company will not compensate, but will try to add new servers to ease the network congestion status quo.
According to Ufc-que Choisiri, the head of Edouard Barreiro said that they have not yet decided on the blizzard of Digital rights management measures, players for technical reasons can not connect the game can not sell the game how to deal with the problem.
The Ufc-que choisir may need to learn more about Blizzard's explanation for the idea that Blizzard's online qualifiers are designed to protect the online auction houses they use to make money.
The official attitude of Blizzard has also changed several times. The main reason for this is that the single player model is not able to play online games that are confusing to users (which was once a problem with Diablo 2), being considered for security, avoiding game cracking and role security. For this, please read more about Jay Wilson's remarks before the sale last August and this May.