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Sony resumes part of PlayStation services in U.S., Europe

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When the multinational corporations have grown big, they seem to compete more severely with other rivals. Hackers can be hired or they just do on their personal interests. But today, hackers can do on three purposes -politics, self-impressive or personal egos, and money gains. Sony may set aside more budget for IT architecture security. Data transmitted over the internet is easily caught by hackers and other parties. It is good for Sony to resume its service.

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During times like natural disasters why would hackers target a company that is one of that country's economic driver?The group called "Anonymous" which is the prime suspect of this mischief doesn't know how to use their brains.

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Last month, U.S. lawyers filed a lawsuit against Sony on behalf of lead plaintiff Kristopher Johns for negligent protection of personal data and failure to inform players in a timely fashion that their credit card information may have been stolen. The lawsuit seeks class-action status.

Oh look, the vultures are gathering.

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Sony seems to have been handling the situation with appropriate caution.

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When will it be online again here?

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When will it be online again here?

when the Government decide it is safe. cause for worry

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when the Government decide it is safe. cause for worry

Thats the really annoying thing. I want to decide for myself which online services I use or not. I'll take my chances with PSN, albeit without supplying credit card info.

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been using prepaid cards from the beginning, and all of my info was false (er, sorry sony, we're even now)

Bring back the network, I just got Portal 2!

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