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fail0verflow has just released all their PS3 tools THEY made (most likely a response to the lawsuit)
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Looks like Sony pissed someone off...
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Why do people support hacking but oppose piracy? A serious question, I'm not trying to be smart.
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Why do people support hacking but oppose piracy? A serious question, I'm not trying to be smart.
Because all piracy does is damage the market that brings you entertainment. Why bite the hand that feeds you?

Hacking is more a generic term for opening up the system to run customised software that offers greater functionality than stock. See it as running a custom ROM on Android.
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Why do people support hacking but oppose piracy? A serious question, I'm not trying to be smart.
Some things deserved to be hacked. I support this because sony removed Linux support.
    
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Why do people support hacking but oppose piracy? A serious question, I'm not trying to be smart.
They want Freedom with a system, something like Open Source.
They want to be able to do whatever they want with the system after they bought it.

But they don't condone piracy so they don't get in trouble (lawsuits)
and because they might think its wrong to use Good Tools and use them for illegal activities.
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Why do people support hacking but oppose piracy? A serious question, I'm not trying to be smart.
Hacking a console to be open and supporting piracy are not the same. Unfortunately one of the downfalls of opening up the security on a console is that it allows anyone to do anything and everything, which includes malicious and devious activities such as piracy. Conversely, if I buy and own a gun it doesn't mean I support murder.
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Lol @ $ony.
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Some things deserved to be hacked. I support this because sony removed Linux support.
Same
 
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lets just say that I have a HUGE smile on my face right now
    
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While I do understand where you all are coming from, the fact is hacking is illegal on copyrighted software and it can and will be used for pirating games onto the ps3. I hope you all remember how badly the ps2 was hacked, and why Sony is so gun-shy now about hacking and piracy protection.

I personally don't completely oppose hacking or piracy, and I don't agree with the notion that pirated copies of software are lost sales, as many people who pirate games would never have bought the software in the first place, however there is definitely a percentage of lost sales there. It is also no doubt the cause of the PC markets downfall.

However, I just don't see how you can agree with one, and oppose the other, to me they still seem to fall in the same basket.
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