To play LAN over PS3 you still need the physical disc in the machine to play so it's not like you can just quickly burn off a copy of one of the games your friend brings and play it LAN.
I understand they want to go after the used games market but they have no way of differentiating same household or friends having LANs with their PS3s so I don't really support it, although if they could apply it purely to the used games stores somehow then i'd be all for it as they hurt the industry a lot.
I shit you not.
It seems like this would work on any phone, in principle. If you're using a 4-digit numeric password to protect your phone, any kind of phone, yeah, somebody's eventually going to crack it in a non-end-of-the-universe timeframe
On Android if you get your code wrong a certain numbers of times it will require you to log back into your google account to prove ownership. While a useful feature by design, it's incredibly frustrating if it happens when you are in an area with no data coverage (or roaming) and you can't get back into your phone.