Sony has demanded that Youtube hand over the account information of everyone who ever viewed or commented on PlayStation hacking videos. Sony also wants Twitter to release information on hackers known to have released a version of the jailbreak Geohot put together.
Wired covered the whole story as:
The company is demanding that a federal judge order Google to surrender the IP addresses and other identifying information (.pdf) of those who have viewed or commented about the jailbreak video on a private YouTube page. The game maker is also demanding that Twitter provide the identities of a host of hackers who first unveiled a limited version of the hack in December. A hearing is tentatively set for Wednesday. Sony filed its documents about 7:30 p.m. PST on Friday.
In what has widely been described as an outrageous and frightening case, Sony has sued Geohot for jailbreaking the PS3. The Electronic Frontier Foundation notes that Sony claims it has rights in the computer it sells you even after you buy it, and therefore can decide whether your tinkering with that computer is legal or not. The U.S. Copyright Office has exempted cell phone jailbreaking from being covered by the DMCA; however, the PS3 and other gaming consoles have yet to be exempted.
Just Like iPhone Jailbreaking stuff, this case has also entered into the court and Sony seems to quite confident as they are after each and every person who directly or indirectly relates to the Jailbreaking of PS3.