how about my server in mexico, no the fastest but NO USA JURISDICTION. =]
the faster you get it up the better. the answer is a resounding YES
Glad that someone has common sense these days.
As they said in the letter - innocent until proven guilty and the end user is responsible for the legality of articles published. This would indicate that should similar repos be uploaded/shared they will NOT be removed until sony can specify what is in violation.
As for them reposting them I doubt, but should kararoto want to reshare - nothings stopping him
stick it to 'em!
sony's gotta be the most pathetic company .. "omg ps3 hacked we're gonna lose teh moneys"
and then you read news like this one: Sony posts $887 million net profit, PlayStation has strong holiday quarter -- Engadget
US $1,7 billion operating income in 2010's third quarter alone... wait, whaa?
how about hosting on a server located in some remote african country??
They think we (the scene) is so big and bad and we can cripple Sony if each and every one of us never buy Sony again, think only as such because of how they're treating the Jailbreak news.
Don't you just love it..? Now if Sony want's to continue with the DMCA take down notice in Norway they got to have legal representation that understands Norwegian law....
Two sets of law firms now, US for Geo and friends and Norwegian for Gitorious, all this is gonna burn up Sony Dollars like a steel works furnace burns coal.......
And I love the line "assume someone as guilty until proven innocent" how bloody true is that ?
Sony...Just let it go....put all that dosh in to developing the NG Console, there's only gonna be one winner anyway.....the lawyers.... :D