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You must be kidding me.
Sony got hacked again?

Sony, for God's sake, just stop playing with private informations! I won't register anywhere sony related anytime soon.
Edited by MacA - 6/2/11 at 4:31pm
post #12 of 185
Poor Sony.... Poor poor Sony.
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Oh for crying out loud. This is just getting sad.
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Well great, now any company out there is going to be afraid of punishing people who exploit/reverse engineer their products.

Watching the end of honest online console gaming and the exponential rise of piracy.
Exploit? Reverse engineer?

They re-enabled a feature THAT WAS THERE FROM THE BEGINNING!! Don't give us something that is a major selling point and then take it back!
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Why is everyone breaking into Sony so easily?
Better question: Why is Sony so irresponsible with people's private info.?
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Well great, now any company out there is going to be afraid of punishing people who exploit/reverse engineer their products.

Watching the end of honest online console gaming and the exponential rise of piracy.
What? Its his PS3, he bought it, its HIS. Ford wouldnt sue you for putting on aftermarket exhaust would they?
Think about it.
    
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You people are all wrong. All very wrong. About everything. All the time. It's quite sad actually.
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What? Its his PS3, he bought it, its HIS. Ford wouldnt sue you for putting on aftermarket exhaust would they?
Think about it.
For bypassing patented technology and then redistributing that bypass... Yeah... They should definitely be sued.
Edited by BizzareRide - 6/2/11 at 4:35pm
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For lack of a better way of putting it:

DUDE SONY BE GETTIN PWNED!!!

Its kinda sad at this point.
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I really hope this isn't true, for sony's sake.

Why would sonypictures.com have 1m registered users?
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