There are reports out of China that tensions are flaring over Diablo III. Since the game hasn't been officially released in mainland China yet, some Chinese players are acquiring copies of the game and then logging onto Asian servers in other regions.
This influx is apparently causing Korean servers to lock up and give the infamous Error 37. This is, in turn, pissing off Korean players who are blaming Chinese pirates for the connection problems. That's why some Korean Diablo III players are even calling for Chinese players to be banned from the servers — something that is obviously pissing off paying players in Taiwan, who are getting lumped in with the Mainlanders.
According to Tech in Asia, the official Korean Diablo III site is becoming a multi-lingual feud with Chinese, Taiwanese and Korean players going at it. Blizzard is looking for a workaround that will please gamers in all three countries. I know where it can start: getting rid of error 37. Just a suggestion!