@BandM$te4Lyfe asked a while ago if she needed to do the legal thing again, I don't know if she has since launched anything (and maybe is prevented from saying so?).
So when are you lot resorting to the legal action option? It has nearly been 4 months with no progress or schedule so are you waiting for a specific point in time like with last year being after Rivals launch or is there some sort of time gap since the last fix you're waiting for?
Should I slap an NDA on myself?
If it does come down to legal action, make sure to get a time schedule for both non-delisted and delisted fixes, the exports schedule worked so well for early this year. Sure it's not as easy to create as the exports schedule as there's much more content but something like a certain amount of songs fixed in a certain timeframe (e.g. 50 songs in 1 month) may be a good idea.
Any one who has sought legal advice or did so prior to the return of the Exports, could they please PM me?
I'd like to offer my help in bringing a solution to this as soon as possible. And, if it's only one or two individuals doing all the running around, and perhaps incurring out of pocket expenses, I think they deserve some help and some thanks for what they've done thus far.
I've exhausted the local avenues (ACCC and other Governmental departments that investigate and apply pressure to businesses/corporations to ensure they fulfill their commitments/promises to consumers), as well as written complaints to SIEE and PlayStation Support here in Australia.
It may sound like a bunch of tree-hugging-hippie-crap, but if we all rally together, perhaps we can make a difference?
Maybe a few more people could try tweeting Steve Janiak (Harmonix CEO). I will also put David Wilson and Jim Ryan's emails here (SIEE) so people can use them at their leisure:
Jim.email@example.com (I know this looks like an old email address, but it does work.)
I believe a group effort is definitely what's needed here. Once they realise just how many people are fed up with this situation, they might be more inclined to appease us.
I've included a comment about this in their recent survey. I encourage everyone to mention the unacceptably long delay getting delisted content on SIEE in their responses to their Rivals survey.