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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by DarkCrudus, Feb 23, 2011.
wow they are on a rampage
This is getting ridiculous.
Actually scratch that
THIS IS MADNESS!
it certainly is, wonder what german laws are for raids
Wow, ok it's really time, that the hackers release the last unknown decryption keys - sony is going to far...
I think he just fucked himself over. What a childish little [nope].
You guys should imagine if Nintendo were this proactive. They'd have gotten more than just kongsnutz xD.
XD possibly he did say he'd do that if they went further
Madness... this is SONY!
but wth sony? you're going too far!
is it really legal what they did?
as far as i know what he did was really nothing more than violating the psn ToS/license agreement which holds very little legal weight in europe.
wtf sony there's gonna be retaliation this time they've dug their own graves!
"LEAVE HACKERS ALONE!!!1111oneone!"- Chris Crocker
Sony is so funny
- he has himself to blaim, it may sound outrages looking at it from an anti-sony side, but they have legal right to do so.
It's standard procedure with piracy charges.
And Sony didn't "do" anything. They don't control the police. They filed piracy charges with the court, and the court ordered a search. So yes, it's legal.
This is going too far Sony.. Too far.
Lol now they're developing a Hack Proof PS3
NOT GONNA HAPPEN
Well, if that's the case, then there's no need to get upset. This is standard procedure, then?
graf_chokolo only reverse engineered, nothing to do with piracy. If that isn't legal, neither are Anti-Virus's.
Ooooh! Scandalous!!! lol
When Sony said they were going after people, they were serious!!! And it took them no time at all, either.
I just say that all of the hackers and modders just collaborate and just take the PS3 down, from static IP addresses. Sony has yet to actually fix their security problem with it, or take the time to make the common key random, so it shouldn't be too hard to take down. Maybe a little virus that could make PSN unusable until Sony can fix it... lol That would be some initiative to fix there security there. lol