Apparently, the hackers aren't the only ones involved in Sony's suing spree. This concerns us, too.
No, Sony's not suing you for reading up on their case against the PS3 hackers, but from the latest development in this saga, they could drag you into this mess.
According to ruling in San Francisco, Sony now has the right to subpoena any and all IP addresses that have browsed Geohot's personal site within the last 26 months. This subpoena covers geohot.com as well as those who have accessed a private video on the famed hacker's YouTube page.
Sony has been adamant in cracking down the hackers that they cannot name, so these IP addresses should give them some sort of lead. According to the media giant, they need this information to determine "how rampant the access to and use of these circumvention devices has been in California in order to rebut Mr. Hotz's suggestion that his illicit conduct was not aimed at the forum state."