An European Court of Appeal has finally come to a decision regarding a long-standing case that was forwarded by Sony, pooh-poohing Sony’s attempt to label the best-selling PlayStation 2 console as a computer instead of a gaming system. This is due to some changes in tax laws between 2001 and 2004 where European imports defined as “digital processing units” were taxed much less than a “video game console”. Should the ruling have gone in Sony’s favor, they would be $60 million richer now. Read more about the entire ruling here.
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