A PlayStation 3 class action lawsuit has been filed in the US district court. The suit alleges that Sony violated the California Unfair Competition Law by making the PlayStation 3 incompatible with open-source operating systems. The suit alleges that the console was capable of running Linux and other operating systems, making it a personal computer. Those who are eligible to file a claim should contact the PlayStation 3 class-action website for more information.
The PlayStation 3 is now no longer compatible with the “Other OS” operating system, but Sony has agreed to settle the class-action lawsuit for $3.75 million. To receive your share of the settlement, you must have purchased the PlayStation 3 before July 2013. If you bought your PS3 before July 2015, you can claim up to $75 per device. The lawsuit is still ongoing, so you should act quickly.
The settlement amounts to $3.75 million.
If you purchased your PS3 before the feature was able to be disabled, you are eligible to collect a minimum of $75. If you bought your PlayStation 3 in 2010 or earlier, you can still claim the settlement if you purchased the console at a retailer. However, you must submit your claim before April 15, 2018, to ensure you receive your full share of the settlement. If you purchased your PS3 after this date, you are not eligible to claim.
The deadline for filing your claim is April 15th. If you do not file your claim by this date, you cannot collect your money. It is important to take action right away, though, because you may not be eligible if the settlement goes to court. If you don’t act, you will not be able to sue Sony. That means you should get in quickly.
The Sony PlayStation 3 was initially sold as a computer. Its operating system ran Linux, but it was later discontinued. As a result, PlayStation 3 owners filed a class-action lawsuit against the company. The court decided to settle the case for $3.75 million. The five main plaintiffs will receive a total of $3,500 each. The rest of the cash will go to the lawyers and settlement organizers.
The PlayStation 3 class action lawsuit is filed by PlayStation owners who purchased the PlayStation in the US between November 2006 and April 2010.
The PlayStation was made in the USA in the same country as the PlayStation in the US. The settlement is for all PlayStation 3 owners in the US. It’s important to note that the class-action lawsuit is limited to those who purchased the console in the US. Its deadline is December 7th for those who purchased it in the UK.
The PlayStation 3 class-action lawsuit was settled by Sony after a settlement was reached. The money will go to PlayStation owners who used the Other OS feature. If you’re one of those people, then you can claim the money. If you purchased the PlayStation 3, you can submit your claim for free. It’s easy to join the lawsuit if you’re a PlayStation 3 owner. The deadline to file a claim is November 7th.
The Sony PlayStation 3 class-action lawsuit was originally filed in October 2016. In January 2017, the company settled the case for $3.75 million.
The settlement has been finalized and the PlayStation 3 owners will receive up to $75 each. However, if the payout exceeds 25,000 people, Sony will decrease the payout. The time limit for submitting claims is now March 15. While the lawsuit will take 18 months to resolve, the PS3 is still a popular and effective way to get a payout.
The lawsuit claims that the original PS3 console allowed users to install a competing operating system. This was a major problem for many consumers and led to a plethora of complaints against the console. Fortunately, the Sony PlayStation 3 class action lawsuit has been settled for $3.75 million, but it still may be a long time until you get yours. There’s still hope for a Playstation 3 class-action settlement.