Soon after Sony won in SF with a TRO against Mr. Hotz regarding the 'metldr keys', their MIB Team started the next step and have issued DMCA Takedown Notices to a number of various 'scene' developers that had code either mirrored or stored on their GITHUB's or websites!
First Professor Carnegie Mellon who had 'mirrored' geohot's original keys open door site, took his down to be on the 'safe' side of the action:
Then early this morning DMCA takedowns started to get received by the various scene developers, first kmeaw, a good coder behind a working CFW, got one:1/27/2011 Update: Judge Illston has granted the TRO against George Hotz despite the venue issue still being contested by Hotz's attorney. And I'm out of town. Since CMU has a west coast campus in California and is therefore subject to her jurisdiction, I have disabled my mirror until I can get back to Pittsburgh and look more closely at the current state of things.
Next graf_chokolo, a now world-famous coder for his wonderful PS3 'decryption' skills, posted the following on Xorloser's Blog, that his [notranslate]GIT[/notranslate] has been taken down by Sony:<< kmeaw > I have just received a DMCA takedown notice
And recently KaKaRoToKS has tweet'ed that he also has gotten a DMCA notice:Originally Posted by Xorlosers blog
UPDATE: Github has posted a copy of the takedown notice they received from Sony HERE. Keep in mind that Github is based out of California and is, therefore, subject to the TRO.Originally Posted by KaKaRoToKS