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I'm one of these people who are totally against Geohot and what he does for Playstation. I know that there are civil rights and it's your own product, but I also know; firstly, you agree to the EULA as soon as you purchase the product and secondly, you know very well that publicly announcing a successful hack to the world that could potentially enable pirates to play illegally downloaded games is absolutely wrong. That being said, I know 3.65 has made the PS3 get back on track but it's only recently that 3.55 has been released. Considering this, the Playstation's game developers wouldn't be so willing if sales have now been reduced due to this. I know Sony are taking actions to stop this custom firmware, but I'm afraid that great games like Killzone 3 and Little Big Planet 2 are losing many people who were willing the purchase the product in the first place. I'm unaware of any other actions that Sony will take to stop this, could I recieve more information about their current/upcoming actions? Thank you.
I never signed a EULA when purchasing the machine. I wasn't told of any EULA at the checkout.
I do however totally agree with your belief that the things that Geohot does is not acceptable.
I never signed a EULA (not that i could, i'm not 18) and what GeoHot does is good, it lets you have your console how you want it to be! By the way, you seriously need to take a break form that weed if you think the current fw is 3.65!
I bet you'll get a warning from the over zealous MODs here telling you that promoting illegal activities will result in a ban (as i did for my post above). Which isn't promoting illegal activities PIRACY is a crime reverse engineering isnt.
They didn't like my sig either boohoo
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