Sony have hidden away a nasty waiver in the terms and conditions of PSN:
BBC News - Sony asks gamers to sign new terms or face PSN ban
Sony is preparing to ban gamers from the PlayStation Network (PSN) unless they waive the right to collectively sue it over future security breaches.advertisement
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17/09/11, 09:24 AM Location: uk | Posts: 571 | #1
Be careful of your rights when agreeing to new PSN terms
17/09/11, 17:41 PM Location: Stretford End, Manchester | Posts: 3,261 | #2
17/09/11, 17:49 PM Location: Ontario, Canada | Posts: 2,568 | #3
So that's what I signed and didn't read. Ah well, I have no need to sue them anyway.
18/09/11, 00:52 AM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,209 | #4
You can keep your rights if you write & send them a specific letter by a due date.
The Class action suit filed for the privacy details leak will still be going ahead for those who are a part of that.
New PSN user agreement makes it harder to sue Sony: class actions out (sort of), arbitrations in -- Engadget
18/09/11, 01:03 AM Location: Ontario, Canada | Posts: 2,568 | #5
01/10/11, 02:23 AM Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin | Posts: 1,126 | #6
Haha "Lulz Security"