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Originally Posted by RotaryKnight View Post
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....
Nope. Geohot told Sony that he wanted a job after he cracked the PS3 security, or he'd release the cracks into the wild. THAT is extortion. Not only that, his little "crusade" brought tons of hackers into the PSN network to play against those people who use their consoles to play games, and play fairly.

I'm sure glad you're little world revolves only around you and your mythical sense of duty to humanity, when you get back to logic and morality, let me know.
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right, revolves around me when I have no mentioning of that.
    
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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
http://psx-scene.com/forums/f6/sony-...hackers-79947/


You know, I just bought a PS3. Maybe I'll hack it out of spite.
SHHHHH, you might be a victim of drive by litigation(s) that seems to be so prevalent these days... (Sony vs LG then LG vs Sony, who's next?)

Then again you said MAYBE, which isn't technically illegal...



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BTW, I don't think I've ever seen a sight with that much advertising in my life, WHOOSH! lol
Edited by _GTech - 2/8/11 at 5:01pm
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Originally Posted by XNine
I would hate to live in a country governed by YOUR views, where everyone can get away with whatever they want without consequence.
I'm glad you agree with us. Coorperations should not be able to abuse their power and file frivelous lawsuits against individuals who've done nothing wrong.
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yup... pretty sad on sony's part. can't admit defeat like a good samurai. just kill urself already sony. you've lost your honor.
Now that's what I call a nutshot!
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I'm glad you agree with us. Coorperations should not be able to abuse their power and file frivelous lawsuits against individuals who've done nothing wrong.
More like: people shouldn't get away with blaming corporations for their own failure to read the terms they agree to in order to use the system. The lawsuits are completely justified because, contrary to the nonsense you and others want to spew, the individuals have, indeed, done something wrong. Don't like it? Then return the product after you actually take a look at what you have to agree to in order to use it, or just save yourself a trip to the store and read the terms on a website posted by some other individual who has "done nothing wrong."
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More like: people shouldn't get away with blaming corporations for their own failure to read the terms they agree to in order to use the system. The lawsuits are completely justified because, contrary to the nonsense you and others want to spew, the individuals have, indeed, done something wrong. Don't like it? Then return the product after you actually take a look at what you have to agree to in order to use it, or just save yourself a trip to the store and read the terms on a website posted by some other individual who has "done nothing wrong."
So, everyone who has jailbroken their iDevice has done something wrong, even though it was ruled perfectly legal, because they didn't abide by their TOS.

That's what you're saying essentially & it's laughable.
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Originally Posted by mrjminer View Post
More like: people shouldn't get away with blaming corporations for their own failure to read the terms they agree to in order to use the system. The lawsuits are completely justified because, contrary to the nonsense you and others want to spew, the individuals have, indeed, done something wrong. Don't like it? Then return the product after you actually take a look at what you have to agree to in order to use it, or just save yourself a trip to the store and read the terms on a website posted by some other individual who has "done nothing wrong."
EULAs and TOS have been overruled more than once. i.e jailbreak.
So basically, your argument is invalid.

Matter of fact, Sony removed OtherOS whenever they felt like it, not giving a darn about their customers, and nevertheless they expect their customers to abide by their TOS, and to decide what they can and cannot do after it left the warehouse?

Continue, please.
Edited by Yanki - 2/8/11 at 6:10pm
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Do not see how that would be in any way pertinent to the case.
So if someone was simply doing nothing other than trolling in the comments of that video, Sony believes they have rights to their IP?

Hilarious.
Edited by Trigunflame - 2/8/11 at 6:12pm
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