You may recall that several months ago I wrote about the implications of “jailbreaking” your PlayStation 3. Back then, the Librarian of Congress issued an exemption from the anti-circumvention piece of the DMCA for iPhones, but remained calculatedly silent on other technology (including video game consoles). This created our current brilliant legal regime where jailbreaking an iPhone is perfectly legal, but doing the same thing on a console can land you in some pretty hot water. Well, Sony and its PS3 are back in the news (or maybe I should say “still in the news”). Why? Because they’re crazy. All right, that’s a little unfair. But indulge me, if you will, as I recap the some of the tech giant’s recent moves.