I refer to PA law
§ 3922. Theft by deception.
(a) Offense defined.--A person is guilty of theft if he
intentionally obtains or withholds property of another by
deception. A person deceives if he intentionally:
(1) creates or reinforces a false impression, including
false impressions as to law, value, intention or other state
of mind; but deception as to a person's intention to perform
a promise shall not be inferred from the fact alone that he
did not subsequently perform the promise;
(2) prevents another from acquiring information which
would affect his judgment of a transaction; or
(3) fails to correct a false impression which the
deceiver previously created or reinforced, or which the
deceiver knows to be influencing another to whom he stands in
a fiduciary or confidential relationship.
(b) Exception.--The term "deceive" does not, however,
include falsity as to matters having no pecuniary significance,
or puffing by statements unlikely to deceive ordinary persons in
the group addressed.
My console has been baned for no reason. If your policy is to not release the reason for the ban is not legal. If me or my children have violated and term of use agreement by law you must afford the right to defend myself. To withhold or remove service,
or disable a device from said service is not only illegal, it is morally wrong. Civil and state statue over rule and non-signed agreements.
Cross References. Section 3922 is referred to in sections
3311, 5708 of this title; sections 5552, 9717 of Title 42
(Judiciary and Judicial Procedure).