I am puzzled as to how PSP Updates decides what is appropiate content and what isn't. Obviously a good 90% chunk of the software on this site would be deemed innappropiate by Sony, and they would very much like it to vanish forever. Take the version changer. This is obviously something that circumvents Sony's attempts to protect their intellectual properties, and prevent unauthorized software usage. The downgrader also works in a similar fashion. Now obviously it's not illegal to have a 1.00 or a 1.50 PSP, but when Sony stops making PSPs with older firmware, starts forcing upgrades to use their UMDs, and we circumvent that, we're obviously breaking rules here. Not that I have any problem with that, but then things start appearing, like dumping a legally owned UMD, and they promptly get shut down within seconds. You are going through the same process of circumventing Sony's defense mechanisms, with the same justification of "It's my PSP I can do whatever I want with it". My point is, whether or not we talk about ISO loaders, UMD dumpers, downgraders, version changers, and whatnot, Sony (if they wanted to) could still have grounds to get this site shut down through some pork-laden IP protection laws.
How is right and wrong painted into black and white by the admins here, that's my question. ;)