Quote from Falcrist
Nobody has suggested anyone is in the wrong for not playing Minecraft. I do think it's questionable when people who claim to have stopped playing hang around and criticize the game. I've seen it happen in other communities, and it makes no sense to me.
It's the nature of modern society to foster and allow people to disagree with anything using the defense that they have the right to voice their opinion. In the case of economics and product purchases, people have a right to voice complaints against the manufacturer of a product in order to provide feedback to the manufacturer so that their product can improve and investments are kept fruitful.
Simply -- people bought Minecraft and are upset because their investment has turned sour.
Sure, you could cite the Terms of Agreement with the purchase, but it doesn't take away their right to voice their complaints. The idea is that consumer feedback is key in the growth and expansion of a manufacturer's product. It has become an innate urge in society to voice feedback not only for the good of the people but for the good of the manufacturer.
People generally don't stick around because they have a beef with the manufacturer but mainly because our society fosters a belief in people that they can and should voice their opinion for the better sake of society.
Is that a sufficient answer?