Originally Posted by Drek
Which pales in comparison to the multitude of anti-consumer acts Microsoft has done, ranging from outright spying on consumers to getting slammed with a massive anti-trust case due to their heavy handed manipulation of the web browser market.
Fact is, both are out looking to make money off consumers. At this point Sony's relatively new management is presenting an optimist's stance where they believe that delivering what consumers want will pay off. Microsoft meanwhile is trying to tell consumers what they'll want next and hoping that they've guessed right, just with some ****ty messaging.
It doesn't pale in comparison. They installed software that gave them god privelage on your computer remotely without your knowledge. you are speculating that Microsoft spied while Sony was caught actually spying.