Originally Posted by Wolfie708
Unless the ruling has been changed since it came in on 03/07/12 (numbers used the correct way )
The main points of the case that I found.
"The verdict springs from a clash between tech behemoth Oracle and German organisation UsedSoft, which lets people buys used licenses for software. Oracle tried to stamp out the practice, but the court has sided with UsedSoft."
"The ruling seems to deal specifically with licences that can be resold -- there's currently no way to sell Android or iOS apps you've purchased, and it's hard to know to what extent this decision will affect digital downloads like apps or games, and whether companies such as EA could be forced to change their processes as a result. I've reached out to these companies for some extra comment on this story, and I'll update this article if I hear back."
Currently once you've finished with a PS3 game you can sell it to someone else and they can play it. This ruling says that Sony have no way to stop you from selling it.
However if the software has DRM that stops it being used on a 2nd console, then you are still free to sell the disc but if you've already played it the buyer won't be able to use it for anything other than a coaster. The EUCD will prevent you breaking the DRM.
Unless there is another case that forbids DRM that cannot be transferred then Sony don't have a problem.