Sony upset a vocal group of customers when it recently removed the ability to run Linux on the PlayStation 3 with dubious justification. One of those customers has now filed a class action lawsuit in California, alleging false advertising, among other things. Apparently users are forced to accept a license after powering on the system, and since this license says Sony can remove functionality whenever it wants, the validity of “shrinkwrap licenses” is also being questioned. Ars Technica has also covered the story.

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