Video games are a target for government surveillance. has been found to be WoTLK Gold "overreaching as well as ineffective" as a method to stop terrorist plots, as per a representative from the American Civil Liberties Union.
"It is in line that is similar with the similar NSA disclosures" ACLU staff attorney Linda Lye told the San Jose Mercury News. "The agency has a tendency to engage in surveillance that is not planned to achieve the goal of catching terrorists. It's over-reaching but ineffective."
The ACLU operates in the courts, legislatures and in communities to protect and safeguard the rights of each individual and liberties protected by the Constitution as well as United States laws.
The documents of the former NSA contractor Edward Snowden released this week revealed the extent to which American and British agents of the government snuck into the world of fantasy games like World of Warcraft and Second Life and Xbox Live, in an attempt to track terrorists.
The documents describe World of Warcraft, Second Life and Xbox Live as "target-rich" communications networks that could be used by target intelligence agents could "WoTLK Classic Gold." The documents do not mention if terrorist plots were stopped by surveillance by the government.