Because let’s face it: A game that is published by EA, which now expects that players of offline games are always connected to servers for DLC and whatnot and logs (for those titles) numerous online statistics about every abstract detail of user activity AND is distributed, amongst other things, by Steam, certainly doesn’t want to raise awareness for privacy concerns and possible consequences for serious lack of them. :P

Or short: Oh the irony


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