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Slim PS3 firm goes cease-desist mental over leaked shots

Tuesday, 19th May 2009 07:16 GMT By Patrick Garratt

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A Chinese firm is sending out cease and desist letters to sites in an effort to get “slim PS3″ shots removed from the intertubes.

Kotaku, Engadget and Spong all got them.

The firm’s looking for removal of “some confidential document and photos, which were highly possibly illegally released and posted”.

Good luck with that, Chinese firm.

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13 Comments

  1. Tonka

    A guy on EG said these cease and desist letters were a publicity stunt by Spong.

    #1 5 years ago
  2. Mike

    Who said it? Piro?

    #2 5 years ago
  3. SniperWolf

    What you mean by “Good luck with that, Chinese firm.” Patrick????

    #3 5 years ago
  4. Tonka

    I can’t remember who said it.
    And I think the good luck with that refers to removing the leaked shots from the internets.

    It’s poetic justice. The Chinese love them some industrial espionage.

    I still think that this PS3 slim looks ugly as sin.

    #4 5 years ago
  5. Patrick Garratt

    Sniper – I mean the chances of getting the shots removed at nonexistent. They’re everywhere.

    #5 5 years ago
  6. Mike

    Basically, I think it’s some knock-off company and these shots aren’t Sony manufactured. But as they look real and therefore people could be putting off buying a PS3 until this comes out, Sony has got the right hump and is threatening to sue this Chinese company unless all traces of their shady knock-off is wiped from existence.

    Just my opinion with no factual or insider knowledge to back it up.

    #6 5 years ago
  7. Whizzo

    If this was some Vii type clone being manufactured I think Sony would have already sued their arses because of all the trademark violations that are on that box.

    #7 5 years ago
  8. SniperWolf

    Patrick i know what you mean by that?
    but doesn’t the law force those websites to remove it from their archives ?

    #8 5 years ago
  9. Patrick Garratt

    Sniper – No. The sites can choose to remove them. The Chinese company’s within its rights to pursue the matter legally if it likes. The Chinese firm isn’t the “law”. A court can order you to do something. Someone’s lawyer can’t.

    #9 5 years ago
  10. portaprima

    @Whizzo: I think they couldn’t sue the manufacturer before the equipement is out. For now,. legally, it is nothing more then a photoshopped pic.

    #10 5 years ago
  11. Psychotext

    The Chinese firm isn’t the “law”

    I AM THE LAW.

    #11 5 years ago
  12. Patrick Garratt

    Exactly.

    #12 5 years ago
  13. SniperWolf

    @Patrick Garratt
    i get it now Thanks

    #13 5 years ago

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