The company will subpoena a number of sites, like PSX-Scene, Twitter, Github, Slashdot and even YouTube, in an attempt to find the location of the defendants.
Many of the hackers, such as hermes, are not located in the U.S., so it is unclear how Sony will be able to bring them to court.
Github was where hackers shared the source codes. The site was recently sent DMCA takedown notices and removed the code.
You can view all the documents here: Sony Expanding It's Case - Looking For All PS3 Hackers
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 7 Feb 2011 21:06