These are just nonsense numbers: is $10,000/yr a basic income? That won't even get you housing the last time I checked.
10k a year is plenty if it's in a reasonably-priced area. People aren't entitled to live somewhere expensive. You can easily get a 2-bedroom apartment for no more than 1,000/month in a cheap area and get a roommate. Even cheaper if you go for 3 bedrooms.
I went through and read the actual suit since as usual the summary is garbage. Blizzard is 90% blowing smoke here, but the claims that actually have some merit are:
1. Intentional interference with contractual relations: since cheating is against the EULA, they are facilitating other people violating EULAs.
2. Since the cheat makers themselves were violating the EULA by developing/testing cheats, they were thus infringing copyright.
The rest of the claims require some major mental gymnastics, like claiming that when the cheat modifies the workings of the game (unclear as to whether it actually does that, or just reads memory and creates on overlay), it constitutes a derivative work. But the claims that do have merit are actually a pretty crafty end run.
However, the implication of #2 is that if someone cheats at a game, they are on the hook for piracy. Pretty scary precedent especially in situations where it's not 100% clear what constitutes a cheat.
Net booting over Wifi, I would guess.
Which is, of course, unusable for just about anything. Even reimaging machines over wifi would be abysmally slow. The only thing I can think of is to netboot a utility program like memtest or DBAN.
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