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June 04, 2007

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I was recently complaining about my PS3 on my blog (http://uxsoapbox.blogspot.com/2007/06/buyers-remorse-and-sony-ps3.html). One part I left out... after going through all the trouble of downloading and installing the software update, right before I could finally use the $600 piece of equipment again, it forced me to accept yet another EULA. But here's my question - what if I said "no"? I had already paid for the PS3. I had already accepted an EULA when I fired it up for the first time. If I then did not accept an additional EULA for a REQUIRED system update, could Sony really refuse to let me use my PS3?

Idiotic.

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