Sony’s new PSN terms and conditions – WTF?

Sony have updated their terms and conditions for using their free, PSN gaming service.  A common occurrence, of course, and you’re always advised to have a read of what you’re signing up to when you agree to use any service – it’s a contract, after all.

Sony's new terms and conditions suggest that the Cyberpunk Corporate Future is upon us...

This time around, Sony have taken complete leave of their senses and now wish to compel you as a consumer to legally waive the right to sue them if they, for example, lose all of your consumer data when hackers compromise their database due to apparently lax security.

Bitterwallet have a story on this – it makes for great reading, especially as it would appear that their new terms and conditions are legally unenforceable in Europe.

 

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