[citation][nom]ThisIsMe[/nom]Well, emulators aren't illegal if they do not emulate a product that is patented, sold and protected under law. But then, I guess that's what these emulators do, even if the emulator is a virtual product designed to copy the originally hardware based product.But maybe you were thinking of the right to make and/or possess multiple copies of your own digital media, having purchased at least one copy of it originally and only possessing exact copies of the purchased version of said media.Not saying I agree, but that's the way the law is written.[/citation]
and the law is written in legaliesse, that no one understands but lawyers, and they charge 500 an hour to explain it to you.
so here is the thing. an emulator isnt illegal, but you cant distribute the bios with it.
sony wants to re sell games that we already own, and thats why it was taken down.