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Sony: PSP piracy is sickening

Posted on Sunday, April 26 2009 @ 05:38:54 CEST by

Sony's Peter Dille, senior vice president of marketing for PlayStation, has called piracy on the PlayStation Portable sickening.
"It's not good for us, but it's not good for the development community. We can look at data from BitTorrent sites from the day Resistance: Retribution goes on sale and see how many copies are being downloaded illegally, and it's frankly sickening. We are spending a lot of time talking about how we can deal with that problem."

Hardware upgrades to the PSP have been speculated to be aimed in part at closing piracy 'loopholes,' although Sony has never disclosed the extent of the modifications. Even still, the fact that older versions of the hardware are fundamentally on the market complicates the situation -- even if there's a solution, there are 50 million potentially compromised units out there already.
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