Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 30th Mar 2010 17:51 UTC
Games That Sony is a company known for its rather... Unfortunate stance towards DRM and copyright infringement should come as no surprise to anyone, after they more or less crippled the MiniDisc format with DRM, installed rootkits on users' machines, and started removing features from the PlayStation 3. That last one doesn't seem to end well: George Hotz, the famous iPhone hacker and the first to crack the PS3's security, has vowed to bring Linux support back to the PS3.
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Comment by Einlander
by Einlander on Tue 30th Mar 2010 21:25 UTC
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Look at it this way. You bought a machine and its yours. Run any firmware that you want on it. Run any app you want on it. But when you connect to PSN you are bound by the psn service aggreements that say you cant be running modified versions of consols, games, or firmware. You an keep the other os option, just don't expect sony to let you play on thier network.

After saying that i have linux nstalled on my ps3, it occupies 10gb. how is sony going to recliam that space so i can use it for game. Or is it lost untill i format the entire thing?

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