Sony thinks it’s a good idea to track your DNA to prevent piracy


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75 Responses

  1. Quentin says:

    No I’m sorry, to hell with Sony. George Orwell’s “1984” anyone? I won’t touch a Sony product with a 10ft pole and while I’m at it the same goes for Apple.

  2. thes says:

    If this becomes the norm for DRM; TV will be my only source
    of entertainment…
    This shit is going too far…
    The person who even thought of this should be shot.
    The biggest envasion of privacy you could do to a person
    just so a company doesnt lose $5? what next, hair samples to
    be able to buy a DVD player?

  3. GottZ says:

    i’m in love with steam and i’m happy with it.
    steam only requires an username and a password and thats all. i can travel to another country, can go to a friend, could login there with my account and can play my games without limitations..

    well. i cannot resell my games but at least i know that i can download them as often as i want, where i want.

    (each humblebundle pops out steam keys aswell)

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