Fourth Class Action Lawsuit filed against Sony

Sony have been hit with a fourth Class Action Lawsuit over the removal of the “Other OS” function. On April 27th, Anthony Ventura from California filed a lawsuit over the removal of the option. In the following days, separate owners also filed similar complaints on April 30th and May 5th. The fourth lawsuit comes from Keith Wright, California who likewise has filed a lawsuit over the removal of the feature.

It will be interesting to see how this turns out for Sony, with the possibility of more consumers appealing. Only users who bought a PS3 “phat” between November 17th 2006 and March 27th 2010 are included in the class suit. It also notes you must not have sold your PS3 before March 27th 2010.

The suit aims to claim for the sum of the PS3 along with injunction relief and other damages.


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  1. This may not be the correct forum, but if anyone has information, please respond. I don’t understand how Sony continues to honor the recall of the Sony cybershot cameras with defective image sensors in the pacific but not in the us. If the camera was registered, why didn’t Sony notify us?

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