Despite Warnings, 'LittleBigPlanet' Players Continue To Defy Copyrights

Three "LittleBigPlanet" levels I highlighted last week should have disappeared in the recent infringing content purge by Sony.

All three are still there, though, as of this morning. They're not the only ones, either.

Even though Sony has told "LittleBigPlanet" creators that copyright-infringing content will be deleted, there are plenty of levels based on "Super Mario Bros.," "Sonic the Hedgehog," "Mega Man," "Ghostbusters" -- you name it, you can still find it.

Are players not taking Sony seriously? Maybe they're not aware they're doing anything wrong or this is a risk they're willing to take. When they wake up and find their level removed, however, they just might change their minds.

Why are people are still producing infringing content, readers?

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