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18-09-2011, 02:51 PM #21
Erm, if you don't like the terms and conditions for owning a pieve of hardware you shouldn't buy it?
But a silly question - Can't you take them on in court as an individual and potentially stand the chance to get a bigger settlement? Wouldn't 50 000 individual lawsuits drain the Sony Coffers more than one class action law suit in legal fees?
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18-09-2011, 04:05 PM #22
18-09-2011, 05:42 PM #23
In europe? no problem. Cheap lawsuit protection insurance is the reason, atleast here in austria. You pay them 5 or 10 bucks monthly, and they will provide every support in case of getting sued or sueing. Just as well that the consumersprotectiony thingies will kick into action to jump on the bandwagon, and support you as well.
Im not concerned at all, really. Nor do I use most sony products.
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