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Re: Question?

Jun 4, 2013

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Thank you cannon fodding lombax warrior...:-)

than.....WAIT WHAT?


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Re: Question?

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I guess we lost track of the original question because of your hasty generalization regarding "most". 

 

Per wikipedia:

Hasty generalization is an informal fallacy of faulty generalization by reaching an inductive generalization based on insufficient evidence— essentially making a hasty conclusion without considering all of the variables.

 

Since the generalization throws people off topic (your question), maybe your question is better stated:

For those who do hack, will they be banned or will Sony patch it?

 

If you are truly interested in getting an answer to the question, you need to release on the generalization.

 

But even more than that, it is clear from other comments here in this thread that there are different definitions of "hack".  Without your definition of "hack", we don't know if you mean an 'exploit', 'theft', 'glitch' or any of the other words that are used to describe something that we believe that the developers did not originally intend to be allowed to happen but does happen.  And, some of these 'exploits' have been around a long time without anything done about it.  Perhaps you should be more specific about what activity you are referring to as the 'hack'?  And, if you can, relate the 'hack' to a specific rule that is broken by the 'hacker' in the Terms of Service....

 

Anyway, with the fallacious assumption and the undefined activity, it is impossible to answer your question.  Please take another shot at it and we will do our best to answer.

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Jun 4, 2013
Observe your surroundings and you will see the "most"
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Re: Question?

Jun 4, 2013

Gilgamesh680 wrote:

I guess we lost track of the original question because of your hasty generalization regarding "most". 

 

Per wikipedia:

Hasty generalization is an informal fallacy of faulty generalization by reaching an inductive generalization based on insufficient evidence— essentially making a hasty conclusion without considering all of the variables.

 

Since the generalization throws people off topic (your question), maybe your question is better stated:

For those who do hack, will they be banned or will Sony patch it?

 

If you are truly interested in getting an answer to the question, you need to release on the generalization.

 

But even more than that, it is clear from other comments here in this thread that there are different definitions of "hack".  Without your definition of "hack", we don't know if you mean an 'exploit', 'theft', 'glitch' or any of the other words that are used to describe something that we believe that the developers did not originally intend to be allowed to happen but does happen.  And, some of these 'exploits' have been around a long time without anything done about it.  Perhaps you should be more specific about what activity you are referring to as the 'hack'?  And, if you can, relate the 'hack' to a specific rule that is broken by the 'hacker' in the Terms of Service....

 

Anyway, with the fallacious assumption and the undefined activity, it is impossible to answer your question.  Please take another shot at it and we will do our best to answer.


Most is part of the question...

 

Take only one shouting to cover a silent crowd. Hacking is widespread but no, it's not most of Home users.

We've seen some more active action from Somny (SCEA?) recently regarding "hacked" account. I certainly hope it's a growing trend rather then a short strike.

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It is ignored for the most part... I believe Sony discriminates in our favor IF we are big spenders. I truly believe that they are quicker to ban people who don't buy anything from the network than say someone that's spent 500 bucks. Its just smart business.

Certainly not!!! Same as the wealthy of the world should not be above the law! I recently had serious problem with a PsHome  big spender and I hope this was not in mods mind while reviewing the reports.

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Jun 4, 2013

For the record. Since when does most mean everyone, or all users on PSH. Numbers have went up alot on the hacking items, such as dances and costumes.

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xSnakeEyes69 wrote:

For the record. Since when does most mean everyone, or all users on PSH. Numbers have went up alot on the hacking items, such as dances and costumes.


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Jun 4, 2013
Well I think you should ask yourself what the purpose of the hacker is. Like if its someone who wants to glitch onto thin air or wear an item, is that really something to freak out about? Now the people trying to hack someone's profile, get their personal information, those are the people Sony should be concerned about. Every crime isn't equal. In RL and online. Don't let the authority in charge be it a government or corporation (if there is a difference between the two Smiley Tongue ) take away your common sense and own personal judgment.
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Jun 4, 2013
How about frostys? Their hackers too,and when the freeze a server it messes up some of ps3 files.I had to wait 4 hours till I could get back online.

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