Now TripWire states that they revoke CD keys from people who are "abusive" this includes pretty much anything from racism to hurting someone's feelings. Great job guys, you now can illegally revoke the rights of someone to use the product THEY BOUGHT because they made a joke or slightly offended someone.
This is a blantant anti-consumer practice and an assault on people's freedom of speech. People will now be constantly scared of saying anything by the chance of someone finding it offensive.
I am ok with this practice against cheaters because they can really ruin the experience of honest players who purchased the game, though.
Really TripWire? Really? Your rights to update your EULA? Are you sure your right to update your EULA also gives you carte blanche to destroy the rights of your paying customers? How about my consumer rights that are protected by my country's constitution and the European Union? How about my right to freedom of speech? How about the fact that it is extremely wrong and immoral you believing that you are entitled to revoke the product someone paid for when they didn't do anything wrong or illegal?
This is nothing short of criminal. This is as bad as when EA and Bioware banned people from their singleplayer game because they got banned from the forums.
You already have our money and now you decide to do this on the game we enjoy, have some shame.
It's things like this that make me stop supporting devs and gradually make me buy less and less games on steam.