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Re: Lawyers Smack Sony's Hand as It Reaches for Hotz's Hard Drive
Posted by Richard Adhikari on 2011-03-21 06:41:39
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Lawyers for George Hotz, whom Sony is suing for publishing codes used to jailbreak PlayStation 3s, claim the Japanese electronics giant has misled the court. Sony Computer Entertainment America, based in California, is suing Hotz for publishing a secret encryption key and software tools that allow PS3 owners gain deep control of the video game consoles. SCEA won the right to search hard drives belonging to Hotz for the PS3 software developer's kit. However, Hotz's lawyers say SCEA doesn't have the right to search hard drives because it doesn't own the copyright to the SDK.





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Re: Lawyers Smack Sony's Hand as It Reaches for Hotz's Hard Drive  Richard Adhikari  2011-03-21 06:41:39
Same ol' Sony  wildcatherder  2011-03-28 18:57:34
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