This is more entertaining than television. They should make more TV shows like this.
So I heard Justin Bieber got his own movie, you guys think Hotz is going to get his own movie?
I don't even own a PS3, LOL. But I find Sony's actions amusing, yes it's wrong to demand the IP's of the people who watched the Youtube PS3 firmware hack videos. Someone posted a link in here and I watched it, so what? Doesn't mean anything. Consoles aren't my thing, I'm pretty much retired from consoles. XBOX360 collects dust and I keep playing with my PC. I have never bought 1 Bluray movie, funny thing about that I'm still waiting for affordable prices for the movie discs and players. Maybe another 4 years before Sony drops pricing to DVD levels?
I wonder if Sony is going to come after me now and get my IP address because I watched a video on Youtube. If they're looking for my IP address can you guys tell them I can be reached at 127.0.0.1.
But you know what I find funny? There's a crap load of hack tutorials for the PS3 firmware on Youtube that is dated like January 11th and today is February 10. How come the videos haven't been pulled yet? It's just like you and me overclocking our processors. I hope Intel doesn't come knocking on my door to arrest me if I overclock my 2600K just a little bit. Sony should take some lessons from XBOX360, just ban people's consoles that are modded.