The latest developments in Sony’s court case against the man who broke the PS3’s security into pieces so tiny you’d need a scientific grant to invent the equipment to study them are also a testament to the reality-warping powers of your average lawsuit. “The notion that George has fled the country is absurd,” claims his lawyer.
“George is in South America to see a friend, on a trip he planned before this lawsuit ever began.” That sounds just like the sort of thing you could verify. With evidence. There’s also the matter of the hard drives he handed over for examination. “The ‘components’ SCEA is talking about are hard drives’ controller cards,” his lawyer went on. That also sounds like the sort of thing you could verify. With your eyes.
You know, Sony, it’s not too late to give the guy a job, have some big public apology on both sides and come out spotless on the PR side. Or you can keep going through sock drawers and flight schedules, that’s obviously working for you.Filed Under: Gaming News, Technology News