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Americans can claim $55 from Sony because of some old PS3 lawsuit

Well this is odd. Remember six years ago when a firmware update stopped Linux working on PlayStation 3? No, me neither, but it happened. And some people were cheesed off about it - cheesed off enough to take Sony to court. The result of that 'Other OS' class action lawsuit is now more or less in, and it states (via PCMag) that people who owned a PS3 can claim cash - $55 - from Sony in compensation.
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