The PlayStation 3 is an impressive piece of hardware. It brings a lot to the table with a built in internet browser, blu-ray player and a great video game console. It has some serious protection in it to prevent it from being hacked into.
Or should I say, it HAD some protection.
Hackers have finally cracked the PlayStation 3 and obtained the "Master Key", a code of encryption that allows anything inside of the system.
Now, Sony is now taking the hackers to court for violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DCMA) signed into law back in 2000 and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
Now if Sony can stop the hackers of the Call of Duty games...
Kotaku - Sony Fires Back Article
Eurogamer - Deep Insecurity Article