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This is why you buy Xbox's.

Like really, but although I do like both consoles.
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Right now to everyone you sound like "I like the feeling of a corporate shafting!"

Just sayin'

Sony's lost any of my business, my 2 PS1s, 2 PS2s, 3 PSPs, Sony TV, PS3 and my mums Sony MP3 player will be my last Sony products for a while.
LOL@you. That's a WHOOOOOOLE lot of Sony products you have there.

Yup, I love a corporate shafting. Cos, ya know, Sony's shafting me real hard. Ya know, since they aren't suing me because I didn't threaten them, and I use my PS3 according to the EULA, and I enjoy it that way and have no qualms about using it that way. Yup. I'm getting shafted reeeeeeeeeal bad.

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I would hate to live in a country governed by your views, Revolutionaries must run rampant.

I would hate to live in a country governed by YOUR views, where everyone can get away with whatever they want without consequence.
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I always thought that the hardware was owned, and, the software (as with 99.99% of software) is licensed...
therefore messing with the software aspect of your hardware is a no-no?

The car analogy was so hilariously flawed it was... umm... hilarious!
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I would hate to live in a country governed by YOUR views, where everyone can get away with whatever they want without consequence.
I never hinted at a no consequence.
There is always consequences at every choice.
Your post seem to imply that its no use going against corporations because of the power they wield. The people that go against the grain are the ones that changes things in the long run.
Just look at the jailbreaking deal. You would probably say the same thing about that deal, but in retrospect, the people that pushed for jailbreaking against the corps. won. You look at Geohot and other hackers as a thorn on Sonys backside, but they are the ones that change the views on technological ethics, as with jailbreaking. Not compliance people like you.
    
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technological ethics, as with jailbreaking. Not compliance people like you.
Yup, I'm a compliance person. Buddy, I've pushed around more data around file servers than you will in your lifetime, I've modified systems, I've cracked code and pushed serials around the net too. But I never, not once, threatened a corporation to extort money out of them.

I wouldn't really have much of an issue with what they've done. But what they did was an attempt at extortion and blackmail Sony into giving them money or they would be releasing the code into the wild.

If they had just gone ahead and done it, I wouldn't see much of an issue. But their greed surpasses Sony. So, yeah, they get what they deserve. They're not freedom fighters or heroes, they're greedy, self-righteous chumps.
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Yup, I'm a compliance person. Buddy, I've pushed around more data around file servers than you will in your lifetime, I've modified systems, I've cracked code and pushed serials around the net too. But I never, not once, threatened a corporation to extort money out of them.

I wouldn't really have much of an issue with what they've done. But what they did was an attempt at extortion and blackmail Sony into giving them money or they would be releasing the code into the wild.

If they had just gone ahead and done it, I wouldn't see much of an issue. But their greed surpasses Sony. So, yeah, they get what they deserve. They're not freedom fighters or heroes, they're greedy, self-righteous chumps.
extortion lol
if you are talking about what Geohot said about "securing the system, then get in touch with him" as an extortion then wow....
Sony is reaching far down into its joke of a claim and using any reason to subdue Geohot, even using his joke statement against him, but seeing how the great courts of the USA uses even joke statements as proof of intent and such, its ridicoulous.
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It's just Sony protecting it's product.
running a hacked system has been a no-no for years and everybody knows it.
Quit Complaining.
Protection? From what? It's "meh, lets just roll over" stances such as yours that give Sony and other consumer electronics companies firepower to further encroach on our lives. The false guise of "piracy killing the world" is the biggest scam since "the war on drugs". There is no war. Sony will lose compared to millions of people.

Yes, blatantly pirating movies is bad. But how does that give Sony the right to take me to court for hacking a my little pony stick game onto my PS3 (don't hate)? It doesn't. Sony's ability to dictate what goes on their devices ends the minute it leaves the warehouse. As long as I'm respecting copyrights, I can do whatever I want with my PS3.
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Protection? From what? It's "meh, lets just roll over" stances such as yours that give Sony and other consumer electronics companies firepower to further encroach on our lives. The false guise of "piracy killing the world" is the biggest scam since "the war on drugs". There is no war. Sony will lose compared to millions of people.

Yes, blatantly pirating movies is bad. But how does that give Sony the right to take me to court for hacking a my little pony stick game onto my PS3 (don't hate)? It doesn't. Sony's ability to dictate what goes on their devices ends the minute it leaves the warehouse. As long as I'm respecting copyrights, I can do whatever I want with my PS3.
But you realise, most people just don't care? There are many injustices in the world... but we just don't care...
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It's just Sony protecting it's product.
running a hacked system has been a no-no for years and everybody knows it.
Quit Complaining.
thank you


Jeez people. God forbid Sony exercise their right to enforce the Terms of Agreement on the consoles.
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thank you


Jeez people. God forbid Sony exercise their right to enforce the Terms of Agreement on the consoles.
Jeez people. God forbid someone exercise their right to use capabilities they paid for when purchasing said product.
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