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In a post on the US PlayStation Blog, Patrick Seybold (Senior Director for Corporate Communications & Social Media at Sony Computer Entertainment) has released a joint statement declaring that the lawsuit filed by SCEA against prominent PlayStation 3 firmware hacker George Hotz (aka GeoHot) has been amicably settled with a permanent injunction against Hotz, as both parties "expressed satisfaction that litigation had been quickly resolved."
Said General Counsel for SCEA, Riley Russell:
"Sony is glad to put this litigation behind us. Our motivation for bringing this litigation was to protect our intellectual property and our consumers. We believe this settlement and the permanent injunction achieve this goal."