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PSJailbreak ban scope limited

Reports are suggesting that the ban placed on a new PS3 hacking device in Australia last week may not afford PS3 the protection Sony might have hoped. Kotaku claims to have been informed by an anonymous retailer that the injunction made permanent by the Australian courts last week does not …

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PSJailbreak banned in Australia

Sony has won its first major victory in the battle against PS3 homebrew enabler PSJailbreak. An Australian court placed a temporary injunction on imports or sales of the device last week. Today defendants OzModChips, Global Solutions International, Ryan Emmanuel and Ken Tolcher have been told they they have been permanently …

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Sony takes jailbreak fight to US

With a decision expected on Sony’s Australian injunction against the sale of PSJailbreak today, it has emerged that the American arm of the platform holder has joined the battle. Kotaku reports that SCEA has filed a lawsuit against Californian online retailer Zoomba LDC, alleging a number of copyright violations. It …

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PSJailbreak team dismiss Sony injunction

The company behind the controversial PSJailbreak, a device that allows users to play homebrew and pirated code on PS3 for the first time, has asserted its position in the face of Sony’s legal challenge to the product. Last week Sony was been granted a temporary injunction preventing the importing or …

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Sony blocks PS3 Jailbreak sales

The Australian arm of Sony Computer Entertainment has won a temporary injunction that has banned the importing or sale of a new PS3 hacking tool until August 31st. The PSJailbreak first emerged earlier this month. It claims to allow PS3 owners to run pirated code directly from an external storage …

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