Have to be careful with the digital revenue breakdown. Most of that probably comes from the mobile space (cell phones). Where most games are free and *only* have fees for "extra content". It's also the most predatory market that exists for video games (seriously there are people who spend thousands of dollars on them).
This is also a separate market from "core gamers", so it wouldn't necessarily imply that pc/console gamers are buying that much DLC.
Also, I would have expected previously 100% of digital revenue to be extra content since EA was a little slow to the digital sales realm. You would have bought the game in a store then the DLC through some patchwork of xbox live/psn/website etc.
"Yikes. So, even if you set up a secure communication system, this judge says that you have to let the feds wiretap it."
That sounds reasonable to me. The government does need the right to wire tap potential criminals and threats to the US. What's not reasonable is them doing so without a warrant. That's where the checks and balances are. That's what's wrong with what the NSA is doing.
If law enforcement can show probably cause, they should be allowed to wiretap a "target".
What's scary about this case is that the Judge just let them wiretap 400k people for which they don't have warrants for.