Sony Settles Out of Court with PS3 Hacker Geohot

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ha to all you retarded hotz supporters thinking he won, looks like sony didn't have to pay a penny and hotz has to pay $10,000 per violation, with a penalty cap of $250,000.
 

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[citation][nom]johnners2981[/nom]ha to all you retarded hotz supporters thinking he won, looks like sony didn't have to pay a penny and hotz has to pay $10,000 per violation, with a penalty cap of $250,000.[/citation]
Thank you retarded Hotz oppose. Care to put it "per future violation" in your speech? That we knew already. And that he joined the "Sony boycott" movement too :D so no need to worry.
 

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Just as info, a part of the continuation of fight against Sony, from the notice from Anonymous:

"In the eyes of the law, this case is over. We disagree. We believe Sony's actions in this case are unjust. We do not agree with Sony forcing social media sites like Youtube to hand over the IP addresses of people who viewed GeoHot's videos... We find it unacceptable that Sony is even permitted to request this information in the first place. These acts are completely disrespectful and unforgivable."
http://anonnews.org/?p=press&a=item&i=809

Now, whatever the reason, I don't want even the governments to check on people like that, let alone a greedy company.
 
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