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In retrospect, CD Projekt's employee argues that it wasn't the best of choice, although she still argues that asking pirates for money was "fair":
â€œSo, weâ€™re not afraid to say that wasnâ€™t the best choice and best solution we could have done. And thatâ€™s why we kind of resigned and we donâ€™t do it anymore.â€
When I asked if she thought asking for money from pirates was fair, SzÃ³stak said, â€œYes, it is fair. It is fair to ask for money for a job that we do. And for content we do believe itâ€™s actually worth paying for. So, it is fair to ask for money, although one thing doesnâ€™t collide with another.â€
No one argues that pirating game is fair, because it isn't (and there's a reason it's illegal more or less worldwide), but I can't help but feel like Agnieszka smartly sidestepped the issue, not acknowledging the fact that it's difficult to track the actual pirates.