Sony Alters the Deal:
Pray We Don’t Alter it Any Further!
Posted on 23:47, September 17th, 2011 by David
Anyone attempting to go online with their PS3 after September 15th noticed they can not unless agreeing to Sony’s latest EULA conditions. The new terms prohibit individuals from joining any class action law suit against Sony for any reason, among others.
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Sony has grown weary of their pesky customers suing them for negligence in protecting personal information, removing features with system updates, and installing root-kits on their PCs. Well no more!
Agree to the new terms or stop playing games online, and forget about any new games as well since they will require a system update that you won’t get unless you agree. Essentially: Agree to the new terms and pray we don’t alter them any further, is Sony’s attitude.
Sony claims the new conditions are “designed to benefit both the consumer and the company by ensuring that there is adequate time and procedures to resolve disputes.”
There may be a way, however, to opt out of the binding arbitration and the class action waiver by sending a letter to:
Attn: Legal Department/Arbitration
6080 Center Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90045
The letter must contain your name, address, PSN Acct#, and a clear statement that you do not wish to resolve disputes with any Sony entity through arbitration. You must send this out within 30 days of agreeing to the latest EULA.