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Motion for TRO

Motion for TRO

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PLAINTIFF'S
EX PARTE 
MOTION FOR TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER; ORDER OF IMPOUNDMENTCase No. ____________________________.
KILPATRICK TOWNSEND & STOCKTON LLPJAMES G. GILLILAND, JR. (State Bar No. 107988)TIMOTHY R. CAHN (State Bar No. 162136)MEHRNAZ BOROUMAND SMITH (State Bar No. 197271)HOLLY GAUDREAU (State Bar No. 209114)RYAN BRICKER (State Bar No. 269100)Two Embarcadero Center, 8th Floor San Francisco, California 94111Telephone: (415) 576-0200Facsimile: (415) 576-0300Email: jgilliland@kilpatricktownsend.comtcahn@kilpatricktownsend.commboroumand@kilpatricktownsend.comhgaudreau@kilpatricktownsend.comrbricker@kilpatricktownsend.comAttorneys for Plaintiff SONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT AMERICA LLCUNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTFOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIASAN FRANCISCO DIVISIONSONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENTAMERICA LLC, a Delaware limited liabilitycompany,Plaintiff,v.GEORGE HOTZ; HECTOR MARTINCANTERO; SVEN PETER; and DOES 1 through100,Defendants.Case No._________________ 
PLAINTIFF'S
EX PARTE 
MOTION FORTEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER,ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE RE:PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION, ANDORDER OF IMPOUNDMENT;MEMORANDUM OF POINTS ANDAUTHORITIES IN SUPPORT
Date: January 12, 2011Time: 9:00 a.m., or as soon as can beheardCourtroom: 3, 17
th
Floor Judge: Hon. Richard Seeborg
 
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PLAINTIFF'S
EX PARTE 
MOTION FOR TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER; ORDER OF IMPOUNDMENTCase No. _____________________ 
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TABLE OF CONTENTSPage
I.
 
INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................1
 
II.
 
BACKGROUND...............................................................................................................3
 
A.
 
SCEA’s PlayStation®3 Computer Entertainment System And ItsTechnological Protection Measures......................................................................3
 
B.
 
SCEA’s Copyrights And Copyright Licenses.........................................................5
 
C.
 
Defendants’ Illegal Activities..................................................................................5
 
1.
 
The FAIL0VERFLOW Defendants’ Unlawful Conduct andCircumvention Devices...............................................................................6
 
2.
 
George Hotz’s Unlawful Conduct and CircumventionDevices.......................................................................................................7
 
III.
 
A TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER IS NECESSARY TOPREVENT VIOLATIONS OF THE DMCA AND THE CFAA...........................................10
 
A.
 
SCEA Has Satisfied The Standards For Granting A TemporaryRestraining Order And A Preliminary Injunction..................................................10
 
B.
 
The DMCA Authorizes Courts To Enjoin Persons FromTrafficking In Circumvention Devices, And The CFAAAuthorizes Courts To Enjoin Persons From AccessingComputers Without Authorization, Obtaining ProprietaryInformation And Trafficking In Such Information.................................................11
 
C.
 
SCEA Has Demonstrated An Indisputable Likelihood of SuccessOn The Merits Of Its DMCA Claim......................................................................12
 
1.
 
Traffics In..................................................................................................14
 
2.
 
A Technology or Part Thereof..................................................................14
 
3.
 
Primarily Designed...................................................................................14
 
4.
 
Circumvention Device...............................................................................15
 
5.
 
Effective TPMs.........................................................................................15
 
6.
 
Copyrighted Work.....................................................................................15
 
D.
 
SCEA Has Demonstrated An Indisputable Likelihood of SuccessOn The Merits Of Its Claim Under The Computer Fraud andAbuse Act, 18 U.S.C. § 1030,
et seq
...................................................................16
 
1.
 
18 U.S.C. § 1030(a)(2)(C) – Confidential Information OnComputer..................................................................................................16
 
2.
 
18 U.S.C. § 1030(a)(4) – Intent To Defraud And Obtain
 
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MOTION FOR TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER; ORDER OF IMPOUNDMENTCase No. ______________________ 
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Value........................................................................................................17
 
3.
 
18 U.S.C. § 1030(a)(5)(A) – Knowing Transmission of Code.........................................................................................................18
 
4.
 
18 U.S.C. § 1030(a)(5)(B) and (C) – Intentional andReckless Damage And Loss....................................................................18
 
5.
 
18 U.S.C. § 1030(a)(6)(A) – Trafficking in Password...............................19
 
6.
 
18 U.S.C. § 1030(a)(7)(B) – Intent to Extort.............................................19
 
E.
 
Absent Injunctive Relief, SCEA Will Suffer Irreparable Injury AndThe Balance Of Hardships Strongly Favors SCEA.............................................19
 
F.
 
The Public Interest Strongly Favors Granting SCEA InjunctiveRelief...................................................................................................................22
 
G.
 
SCEA Has Complied With The Procedural Requirements For Issuance Of A TRO And Order To Show Cause Re: PreliminaryInjunction.............................................................................................................23
 
IV.
 
AN ORDER OF IMPOUNDMENT OF THE CIRCUMVENTIONDEVICES IS WARRANTED...........................................................................................24
 
V.
 
CONCLUSION...............................................................................................................25
 

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Hold on, what about the IPhone, IPod, and IPad jailbreak? it is legal, and the PSP? What about that? @Joe Fazio And how is credit card info even relevant? like what anon said: its lack of security on your part. also you knew what could of happened, it was your choice to do the hack. Whats the big deal, let hacker be who they are. Call me a dumb teenager, but im not ignorant about these things.
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@joe_fazio_2, Geohot's PS3 Jailbreak or it's software was not the cause of your credit card info being stolen. It was due to a lack of security on your part. Don't go making assumptions when you have no idea what you're talking about. Remember; assuming makes an ass out of you and me.

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