Is it OK to leave a PS3 in a recreation area of a company for employees to play? Company owns the PS3 hardware. An employee with a PSN Plus account volunteered to setup his account on it to install playable demos and other downloaded stuff for co-workers to play.Sponsored Links
Is the volunteer jeopardizing his PSN account in any way (if PSN password is not remembered/saved on that PS3) by others who may use that PS3? And does this setup violate any PS3/PSN/Game etc. agreement?