Sony Playstation’s New Terms of Service as a One-Act Radio Drama

I loved this on the Marketplace Tech Report this morning.  Thought I’d share.  It’s all about Sony’s new Terms of Service that seek to further reduce its liability even more now in light of the massive hacking outage they suffered this past spring.  The irony is that instead of providing better customer service, they just shift more of the liability to consumers.  Sounds like a great way to woo back people who suffered identity theft and worse due to Sony’s poor security measures.  The Sony part starts at the 2:50 mark…
http://minnesota.publicradio.org/www_publicradio/tools/media_player/syndicate.php?name=marketplace/tech_report/2011/09/20/marketplace_tech_report20110920_64

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About Justin Kwong

An attorney in the Twin Cities and adjunct professor at William Mitchell College of Law where I teach a seminar on the law of virtual worlds.
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