Dave Touretzky, a Research Professor in the Computer Science Department and the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition at Carnegie Mellon University, has challenged Sony's legal standing in the case against PS3 hackers and mirrored Geohot's site on the university's servers.
Here is a working mirror of Geohot.com with all the files and the private key, hosted by Carnegie Mellon's servers.
On top of that, there is also a mirror of Team failoverflow's github project page.
This guy has successfully fought Scientology before, and was involved in the DeCSS case!Mirror of GeoHot's PS3 Jailbreak -- January 11, 2011
Our friends at Sony are having another bad day: i.e., doing something breathtakingly stupid, presumably because they don't know any better. This time they're suing George Hotz for publishing PS3 jailbreak information, as reported by EnGadget and Attack of the Fan Boy. Hotz's jailbreak allows PS3 owners to run the software of their choice on a machine they have legally purchased. His site is geohot.com.
Free speech (and free computing) rights exist only for those determined to exercise them. Trying to suppress those rights in the Internet age is like spitting in the wind.
We will help our friends at Sony understand this by mirroring the geohot jailbreak files at Carnegie Mellon.
Note to Sony lawyers: No doubt you're eager to rack up another billable hour by sending legal threats to me and my university. Before you go down that unhappy road, check out what happened the last time a large corporation tried to stop the mirroring of technical information here: The Gallery of CSS Descramblers. Have you learned anything in ten years?
David S. Touretzky
Research Professor of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
He's well known in freedom of information circles!
#MIRROR 1: (Carnegie Mellon) -> keys open doors
#MIRROR 2: just to provide some more redundancy: -> keys open doors
Thanks to squarepusher2 for the tip!