Apparently it is against Playstation policy to accuse people of hacking even when it is there in plain sight. So, I'll not accuse anyone of hacking. Instead I have a major beef with playstation network in general for creating ridiculous policies that will allow more and more hackers to enter the game since we are not even allowed to point these people out. This is a great way of alienating players on the network. Again, I'm not specifically accusing anyone of hacking here and therefore "blacklisting" players, I am merely stating that this whole set up is completely unfair and detrimental to the playstation community. The policy doesn't say anything about that not being allowed so I hope people see this and agree with me so the people at playstation network and realize they need a major overhaul to their policies...
Well, I would have agreed with you when I wasn't aware of how much ''hackers'' can actually do.
That's is not Ibiza_Twist, it's a ''hacker''.
In The Last of US and Uncharted this isn't that common to see, but games like COD and GTA have known these kind of ''hacks'' for a way longer time.
It isn't fair to blacklist people, which gives them a bad reputation and may get them banned.
And second of all, it's impossible to get rid of these hackers (well, the educated ones), accusing PSN users gains you nothing.
However it isn't impossible to get rid of honest Playstation customers, so I would be on my toes when thinking about violating the ToU/ToA/EULA. (although a forum ban =/ a psn ban)
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Taking the law into your own hands might be something you can do in the USA, with them STAND YOUR GROUND laws..
But when you take the law into your own hands in the Netherlands (or Europe for that matter) prepare to be punished more severe than the ''burglar''.
^^ Just an example to show you how wrong your comparison is.
Just imagine if you reported a burglar to the police and they did nothing about it... would you just bend over and take it from behind or would you take the law into your own hands?