ccording to recent reports, Sony has accused George “Geohot” Hotz, the infamous PlayStation 3 (PS3) hacker, of fleeing the United States in order to avoid participating in the PS3 jailbreak suit. The company has alleged that Hotz is currently residing in South America and is using his new location as an excuse to avoid handing over his impounded hard-drives to Sony for a thorough investigation. Sony has expressed its concern over Hotz’s attempts to evade the Court’s authority, stating that his actions raise serious questions.
Sony has also claimed that Hotz lied about owning a PlayStation Network (PSN) card. By tracking the serial number of one of Hotz’s four PS3s, the company was able to determine that he had created a PSN account under the name “blickmaniac.” Sony believes that this is further evidence of Hotz’s questionable actions.
There are different opinions about Hotz’s move to South America. Some view it as a sign of his nervousness and fear, which is a far cry from his confident and outspoken persona. Others see it as a bold and daring move, indicating his willingness to take risks and fight against his enemies. Regardless of one’s interpretation, it is clear that Hotz has not lost his sense of humor, as evidenced by his recent tweet requesting that he be brought back a toucan.
In conclusion, Sony’s allegations against George “Geohot” Hotz are serious and may result in further legal action. It remains to be seen how this situation will play out, but it is clear that the controversy surrounding the PS3 jailbreak suit is far from over.
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