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    Sony withdraw controversial PSP adverts

    Sony have buckled under public pressure and withdrew their black and white PSP billboard ads.

    Check out the Headline for more info.

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    Unwillingly?
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    yeah i'm sure they didnt do it by accident

    actually, they didnt do it unwillingly, because their hand hasn't been forced by anyone..
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    Awwww - I only came here because I wanted to know how they accidentally with drew them .

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    But...

    Quote Originally Posted by Hexus.net
    Sony have buckled under the pressure from the public and various civic rights groups, and have promptly apologised for the provacative images.
    So ye
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    Quote Originally Posted by hexah
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajbrun
    Awwww - I only came here because I wanted to know how they accidentally with drew them .
    You've never pressed the delete key by accident then?

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    "It appears that the shock tactics used by Sony in their advertising campaigns create a great deal of publicity. A quick apology, and it's all forgotten, then onto the next one - nice work."

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    I point you all to this news item on CAD which is basically exactly the same as my view, but I'm a bit too lazy to write out in full.

    http://www.ctrlaltdel-online.com/news.php?i=1153

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