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  1. They probably thought its pointless to include a navy that ceased to exist Its like saying spain has the best navy just because the spanish armada existed On the otherhand, i guess there are more choices in the dutch line comparing both of them.
  2. Dude just start a new topic and ask your question instead of necroing a 2020 thread.
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    Zipangu? Where?

    But it invariably leads to that doesn't it Even if the navy did nothing, it is associated/connected to imperial ww2 japan, which in turn make it's own (the navy) symbol viewed no differently to that of the empire they serve to the people who were affected by them. Just as how the West view the symbols of the nazis and eastern europeans viewing the symbols of the soviet union. Everyone will get triggered by particular symbol depending on where they come from
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    Zipangu? Where?

    Best then to remove all the national flags amd symbols eh
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    Zipangu? Where?

    You can't blame them though since what the japs did in asia during ww2 is the equivalent or if not worse than what the nazis did. Yet they were not punished for it in the same way germany was after the war and the leaders that committed/allowed the commission of all the atrocities are allowed to be enshrined and worshipped. The emperor allowed to continue to rule. I mean even now, say anything remotely negative about the jewish people will result in universal condemnation, reminder about what they suffered during the holocaust and the label of anti-semite. Yet no one blinks an eye (in western countries) about the millions of chinese killed by the japs and those that they experimented on. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unit_731
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    britisch cruisers

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    WG's latest PR disaster

    Er they didn't? Clarity helps companies and corporations bring their message across, especially if it is to their benefit and puts them on the high ground. There is a big difference between saying, "A 3rd party contractor, whom we had engaged for this sponsership, had approached daniel and signed a contract with him. We would like to clarify that no contract was signed between WG and daniel and had we known or been informed that daniel was the other contracting party, we would not have proceeded as daniel is a CC and......." and what WG has said. The statement should be clear and concise. Instead we get a roundabout response saying that: a) WG does not do sponsership with their CCs because of <reasons>; b) WG only found out much later ( no explaination as to how) that daniel was the other party; c) WG thus decided to not proceed with the sponsership; d) As a matter of good faith WG has decided to proceed with the sponsership. (a) gives WG a sort of ground to stand on as to why they are entitled not to proceed with the sponsership which is not wrong, then get goodwill through (d) by saying hey, its not daniel's fault so we'll go with it this time. It may look good overall but to me its not. Stating what the CC program is and why CCs are not sponsered is explaining why they initially decided not to carry on with it. Because that is their policy. Fair enough. However it does not address why they they made no mention of any contract being signed when one party had already brought it up. Just so we're clear I'm not talking about contracts CCs have to sign to be a CC. I'm talking about a contract signed between WG and this CC for this spknsership. Hence if WG signed a contract with the CC for the sponsership without doing their due diligence on that the person, isn't it their fault? Especially when the CC had done his part by saying that he is a CC? I mean it makes no sense right? If im 17 years old and the age of majority in my country is 21 and this 3rd party hired by a company approach me asking me if i am intrested in promoting the company and if so I will have to sign a contract. I tell the 3rd party that im only 17, but the 3rd party and the company doesn't say anything and we both (me and the company) then proceed to sign the contract. Im the only one at fault but the company isn't? Cause i should have known better than to sign the contract as a 17 year old kid instead of a 21 year old adult?
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    WG's latest PR disaster

    He told the 3rd party he was a CC, 3rd party shrugs, say no issue. WG comes on board as well, doesn't say anything. Only says something after someone at WG realized they f up. If that is the case I don' see how the CC is at fault in this situation. You'll also note that no where in WG's response did they say about the contract that was signed. If, like what some others have said, that the contract was signed between the CC and the 3rd party, why did WG not mention it. It's either, (a) there was never any contract signed in the first place; or (b) there was a contract signed, but it was between WG and the CC, not the 3rd party and the CC, and admitting it would be embarrassing, since WG did not do their due diligence, which is my point. WG is a company. If they're not the ones at fault like what you said and it was instead the 3rd party and the CC, they would have thrown them under the bus. They'll just said that the 3rd party made a contract with a CC without their permission blah blah blah. The fact that they did not address it, means they're not lying about it, so no flak if someone digs it up later, but neither are they upfront about it since they are basically omitting certain portions of the story. Unless you can explain why they did not address the issue about the contract, then you're not really convincing me.
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    Cannot upload photos to threads in forum.

    PS: my meme gif :(
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    Both NA/EU servers OFF!

    Have you updated your computer? Could it be your antivirus?
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    WG's latest PR disaster

    But if said CC told the third party that he is a CC and WG still proceeded to sign the contract with him, before backing out after realising that he is a CC, its still his (CC) fault? I mean unless there is some new info im pretty sure a company that signed a contract and then back out of it after they realise their mistake is the one at fault.
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    WG's latest PR disaster

    From what i understand, if you guys acted responsibly and spent 10 to 15 minutes doing some very, very basic due diligence before having the contract signed all these issues would not have cropped up in the first place
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    Activity monitoring

    (a) https://legal.eu.wargaming.net/en/terms-of-service/ 4. The Terms of Service, the Privacy and Cookie Policy and the End User Licence Agreement 4.1 Our Privacy and Cookie Policy sets out how we will respect your privacy and how we use data collected by the Services. 4.2 In order to access and use any of our Games, in addition to accepting these Terms of Service and the Privacy and Cookie Policy, you must also accept the End User Licence Agreement (the “EULA“) applicable to the relevant Game together with the game rules applicable to the relevant Game (the “Game Rules“). We set out here the link to the EULA. You must also accept and comply with all rules of external platforms applicable to specific Game, including but not limited to, Xbox® Games and other Xbox® services rules, PlayStation™Network licences and other Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc. rules, Apple Appstore and Game Center rules, and Google PlayTM rules. Any breach of any rules of the external platforms shall also be regarded as a fundamental breach of the Terms of Service by you. 4.3 If you do not want to accept the Terms of Service or the Privacy and Cookie Policy, then you may not use or access any of the Services. If you do not accept the EULA and the Game Rules applicable to a Game, then you may not download or use that Game. (b) https://legal.eu.wargaming.net/en/privacy-policy/ 5.2. INFORMATION WE COLLECT INDIRECTLY We indirectly collect a variety of information through your interaction with and use of our Games, Sites and other Products. This information may include, but is not limited to, anonymized browser and device information (both software and hardware), data collected through automated electronic interactions, application usage data, demographic information, geographic, geo-location information, statistical and aggregated information (“Other Information”). Statistical or aggregated information does not directly identify a specific person, but it may be derived from Personal Data. For example, we may aggregate Personal Data to calculate the percentage of users in a particular country. If Other Information is combined with Personal Data, we will treat the combined information as Personal Data. 5.2.1. Tracking Data and Cookies We and our partners, such as marketing partners and analytics providers, use cookies, which are text files placed on your computer, to help us analyse how users use our Products, and similar technologies (e.g. web beacons, pixels, tags and device identifiers) to recognise you and/or your device(s) on, off and across different devices and our Products, as well as to improve the Products we are offering, to improve marketing, analytics or website functionality. The use of cookies is standard on the internet. You may adjust your browser settings to prevent the reception of cookies, or to provide notification whenever a cookie is sent to you. You may refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser. However, please note that if you do this, you may not be able to access the full functionality of our Sites. Website traffic volume and patterns, such as the number of visitors to a given website or page on a daily basis is typically referred to as “Tracking Data”. This type of indirectly collected information is gathered through various means, such as an IP address, which is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer whenever you are surfing the web. Web servers, the computers that “serve up” web pages, automatically identify your computer by its IP address. When you visit any of our Sites, our servers log your computer’s IP address. For more information about the names of the cookies used on our Sites, the cookie provider (Wargaming, third-party analytics partner, or third-party advertising partner), the purpose of the cookie (necessary for website to function, performance, or marketing), and the cookie life cycle, you may click on the Cookie Settings link found at the footer of each Site. This link allows you to set your cookie preferences and control your cookie settings at any time.. Gee I wonder which smart alec accepted WG's privacy policy without reading to play the game and insisted he did not give permission
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    Activity monitoring

    Indeed, but OP's gripe with it is with WG tracking him. Quoting him directly (emphasis in bold): "Hey WeGreedy, Who told you that you have the right to monitor my activity? You really track if I press Alt-Tab to check something at my browser (or anything else), which is not of your concern, and the client pops up a warning about leaving the battle. Really?"