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Fresh from settling his litigation with Sony, famed hacker gives the remainder of his donation-based legal fund to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Sony Computer Entertainment America today announces settlement in case against George Hotz, who hacked Sony's PlayStation 3 to run non-Sony-approved software and, potentially, pirated games.
Sony says PS3 hacker George Hotz has fled the country, but Hotz says he's only on vacation.
Sony Computer Entertainment America has been given the go-ahead to access the PayPal account of George Hotz--also known as "Geohot"--to try to establish jurisdiction in a case.
Famous hacker George Hotz is rumored to have left Facebook and was recently seen at a Backplane hackathon.
The well-known hacker is working at the world's largest social network, though what he's doing for the company is not clear.
The infamous hacking organization Anonymous is reportedly turning its attention to Sony following the company's legal battle with alleged PS3 hacker Geohot.
George Hotz, a self-described hacker caught up in a legal battle with Sony over custom packages on the PlayStation 3, says he has received enough donations to cover his legal fees.
Sony has been granted a temporary restraining order against George Hotz, better known as Geohot, for allegedly jailbreaking the PlayStation 3.
Famed hacker George Hotz, better known as Geohot, has finally spoken out about Sony's recent decision to file a restraining order against him for allegedly hacking the PlayStation 3.