October 21, 2008 - Can you hear me now? Good...because so can Sony. The electronics mega-giant released its new Terms of Service for the PlayStation Network (PSN) this week, and its one of the few times you may actually want to stop to read the fine print.
The new service agreement states that Sony is allowed to not only listen in but also record any activity that occurs through the PSN. But the Big Brother treatment doesn't stop there either. Any data collected during the monitoring sessions, such as the location of your activities, as well as your Online ID and IP addresses, can and will be used to enforce the rules and regulations stated in the service agreement.