An interesting thought...
While I most certainly enjoy and appreciate the service PSP(hacker/updates).com offers to the PSP fanatic scene, I find it amusing that their stance on UMD piracy differs from their stance on GBA, GB, NES, SNES, Genesis, Neo-Geo, Amiga and other piracy.
They won't host, post links to, or allow chat about finding PSP homebrew which allows UMDs to be played without the actual game in the drive, yet they readily provide haven (and hosting) for programs that allow and encourage piracy of virtually all first generation games (NES, SNES, etc.) Both types of programs are the same: they allow running games from the memory stick, but apparently condoning piracy of games >1 decade old is acceptable while condoning piracy of new games is not.
Don't get me wrong, I don't pretend to be some model citizen preaching from an ivory tower--in fact, I engage in all manner of piracy regularly--but that doesn't diminish the fact that PSPUpdates.com maintains a double standard concerning piracy.