The main tasks of which would be “assessing annual SCEA corporate anti-piracy needs and addressing the needs through developing and implementing an anti-piracy program” in addition to “collaborating with other anti-piracy organizations, including those of affiliated Sony Computer Entertainment companies, Sony Corporation and the videogame industry’s trade association, the Entertainment Software Association.”
The paralegal individual in particular would also be charged with “overseeing anti-piracy civil lawsuits and providing support to law enforcement and intellectual property agencies on behalf of SCEA.”
“Knowledge of online investigative practices and online databases (e.g. how to find owner, administrator, ISP associated with a given domain name, etc.)” would also be required.
This is all naturally in response to the recent hacking of the PlayStation 3 console, the latest developments of which include Sony waking up Germans and Geohot asking for donations – and, of course, Sony’s official statement on it all.