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PS3Stinger Clone Pics, Russia and Hong Kong Ban PSJailBreak

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201w ago - While new pictures and stock of the PS3Stinger PS JailBreak clone are surfacing, Russia and Hong Kong have been added to the list of territories where PSJailBreak sales and distribution is being banned.

This news comes following Sony's victory in Australian courts and further legal action in both the United States and Sweden.

As seen in the YouTube video below courtesy of oldcake2828, Sony is examining packages at customs and seizing PSJailBreak and all clones of the PS3 modchip in Hong Kong.





In Russia, PSJailbreak has also been deemed illegal recently, to quote from MadFanboy.com (linked above): "Please note that any method of distributing counterfeit games for the PS3 is illegal.

As is illegal to manufacture, sale and...
 

Video: Assassin's Creed Hits Russia in Comics Debut Trailer

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210w ago - A new Assassin's Creed trailer has been released by Ubisoft which reveals it will hit Russia in this comics debut.

This trailer heavily suggests that the next set in the Assassin's Creed universe will be set in Russia surrounding the events of "the late Bicom explosion."

In the trailer, you hear the narrator explain that there is nothing left to find in the area, and that people are looking for some meteor. He explains that only he knows the truth and that "the ghosts of all the men he's killed will never let him forget it."

What's weird about this trailer however, is that it is not for a game, but for a comic book mini-series set to debut in the fall of 2010.

Ubisoft has confirmed that this will be a topic to be covered in their press conference by its Comic-Con panel on Thursday, July 22.

Watch the trailer below!



 

Estonia fines man for 'cyber war'

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338w ago - A 20-year-old ethnic Russian man is the first person to be convicted for taking part in a "cyber war" against Estonia.

Dmitri Galushkevich was fined 17,500 kroons (£830) for an attack which blocked the website of the Reform Party of Prime Minister Andrus Ansip.

The assault, between 25 April and 4 May 2007, was one of a series by hackers on Estonian institutions and businesses.

At the time, Estonia accused the Russian government of orchestrating the attacks. Moscow denied any involvement.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the BBC in May 2007 that the allegations were "completely untrue".

Minority attacks

The attacks took place against a backdrop of riots by ethnic Russian Estonians prompted by the removal of a Soviet war memorial from the centre of Tallinn.

During the unrest, one person was killed and more than 150 injured.

Moving the so-called Bronze Soldier was seen as an affront to the memory of Russian soldiers who died during World War II.

Prosecutors said Mr Galushkevich, a student, had claimed the attack was an act of protest against Mr Ansip, who became a hate figure for Estonia's Russian minority.

Ethnic Russians make up about a quarter of Estonia's population of 1.3 million.

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