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Dystopia Alliance
Posted - 2011.06.10 20:50:00 - [151]

Originally by: Rolare
Originally by: Nac MacFeegle
Edited by: Nac MacFeegle on 10/06/2011 01:30:32
Edited by: Nac MacFeegle on 10/06/2011 01:29:03
Originally by: CCP Sreegs

This "Tunnel" you're referring to has never been mentioned by us ever and doesn't exist. As I've said repeatedly we are not sharing any customer information with Sony. To do so would be against our privacy policy which is a legal document. Here... Maybe caps will help.


The only thing the caps do is express a level of frustration.

Probably the same level of frustration a lot of us are feeling on this end.

Policies can change at a moment's notice, and there's jack us customers can do about it, except leave.

I would have left already, but I like EVE Online too much not to put up a fight.

Once again, as I have said elsethread, get Mr. Petursson to put out a press release or statement indicating what relationship CCP will have with Sony in regards to personal data. And then all that will be left are the people whinging about XBox vs. PS....

Well... I can't blame him for writing in caps, I mean... look at all the annoying, misinformed idiots (I'd call them ******s but that's just plain rude) who yapper on about "oh noez sony is da sux" and so on.

Also, it may just be me who isn't overly formal about press releases and all, but wouldn't that post count as an official statement by a CCP employee? Besides, even if the super-boss of CCP made a press release, it'll probably be the same and nothing would be changed.

If I had may way, anyone who ******edly goes on with the inane and idiotic talk about Sony PSN, PS3, PS3 exclusivity, no 360 and no PC, should be banned from the forums.

I would LOVE to see the average age/education of the people who have been posting all these lulz worthy comments. The amount of idiocy is astounding, something I would have expected from the WOW forums, but certainly not the EVE forums. (not that eve is free of morons, without them who would we have to rip off, but the sheer amount that have scurried out from their holes the past few days is astounding)

MaiLina KaTar
Posted - 2011.06.11 11:31:00 - [152]

Originally by: Nybbas
The amount of idiocy is astounding,...

It's over nine thousand, actually.

Mouse Boy
Posted - 2011.06.11 12:42:00 - [153]

Edited by: Mouse Boy on 11/06/2011 12:42:59
Originally by: Tippia
Originally by: Zendorea
assuming that each individual console will be able to connect directly to the TQ servers without Sony having their customers tunneling their connection trough their networks back bone, you still have the issue of the console storing player data.
Why is that an issue? Your PC is storing player data, and thus have the same issue. Are you worried that, whereas your PC is (hopefully) protected by firewalls and such, your PS3 is not? That someone will hack into your PS3 and nick your player data?
Also, the PS3 is not exactly a PC so there could be a security risk for allowing a that type of platform access to the TQ servers.
How so? Or, more exactly, how do you see this as any different from what you're already doing?
You have to have some kind of interaction between TQ and the user for it to have an impact on EVE Online Players. My concern is that a person could gain access to TQ servers from a PS3 or people could obtain player data by accessing the stored data on the PS3 from the network.
You run that risk already see above so what's the difference?

And more to the point, that doesn't really answer the question: why would PSN need any data from TQ, and why would there have to be a connection between the two? You're talking about data being cached on your PS3, which is something rather different than TQ feeding data to PSN.

You'r correct. Depending on how the connection is handled by the game itself and the TOS of PSN (which I venture to guess is why CCP picked Sony for this title instead of Microsoft's Xbox Live) the data can be handled on a per console basis.

However, This leaves the question of just how secure the consoles are. Recent events show that things might be a little rocky for data security on the PSN (which includes all consoles) So the real question is how will CCP re-assure me and the rest of the paranoids that their TQ data is safe while on a proprietary hardware and software like the PS3.

Sorry for posting with alt Embarassed

Cutter Isaacson
Posted - 2011.06.11 14:25:00 - [154]

Edited by: Cutter Isaacson on 11/06/2011 14:24:59
There is an entire year before this game is released, why the heck is everyone getting their panties in such a knot? Give CCP a few weeks to put together a decent press release and I'm pretty sure they'll answer your questions. But for now you guys n gals REALLY need to chill out before one of you has a heart attack or brain hemorrhage.

Wilhelm Riley
Posted - 2011.06.11 14:38:00 - [155]

Originally by: Cutter Isaacson
or brain haemorrhage.

Are you kidding? Judging from the threads on this forum you'd think a brain haemorrhage was a prerequisite to post. Laughing

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