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[ArsTechnica] GeoHot's attorneys claim he couldn't have known SCEA existed

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The case of Sony Computer Entertainment LLC vs. George Hotz et al is the gift that keeps on giving when it comes to bizarre filings and odd claims. Hotz's attorneys claim that he couldn't have known that Sony Computer Entertainment of America existed, since the manuals for his new PlayStation 3 remained sealed and the box only mentions Japan.

The documents also address that pesky PlayStation Network account that Sony claims Hotz created, and it may prove hard to find out who that account actually belonged to, especially when both Sony and Hotz are claiming the system in question has a different serial number.
http://arstechnica.com/gaming/news/2...ed-manuals.ars

Bit of an interesting read. The case is getting somewhat ridiculous at this point O.o
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Hmm... missed it on the search. My bad
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