PlayStation gamers need to sign new agreement on PSN or they will be banned from the network

Sony has changed PSN's terms and conditions and users have to agree to them next time they log in to PlayStation Network (the’ve added a section in which you can read that you won’t be able to sue Sony - in a group of people - for any security breaches, hacks etc). If they won’t agree to the terms their PSN account will be blocked. The move comes months after a string of hacking attacks compromised over 100 million accounts of the PlayStation Network subscribers. Gamers will now have to try to resolve any legal issues with an arbitrator picked by Sony, before being able to file a lawsuit. The new clauses, dubbed "Binding Individual Arbitration," state that "any Dispute Resolution Proceedings, whether in arbitration or court, will be conducted only on an individual basis and not in a class or representative action or as a named or unnamed member in a class, consolidated, representative or private attorney general action". Source: BBC


PlayStation Network – an error killed the consoles

PlayStation 3  users all over the planet (the regular version, not PS3 slim) can’t login to the PlayStation Network, use their DLCs or earn achievements (and play some single player games). The famous 8001050F error sets up the date in the device to January 1st 2000. What does it mean? It will disable your console. Sony did react to all of this on their Twitter account saying: PSN status update: We're narrowing down the issue and continue to work to restore service to all. Updates as soon as we have them. And the latest: Here's the latest info on PlayStation Network's status: Which has all the info: Does it sound familiar to you guys? It does to me, it’s just like Steam – when it’s down you can’t access any of that stuff and you can’t even play most of your games if you didn’t activate the offline mode at least once. 12 Surprising Health Benefits of Playing Video Games


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