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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by jargus, May 16, 2011.
More than 100 million? Then why does every other previous article on the matter say 77-78 million users?
Because we totally trust Sony to not let something like this again. Stuff gets stolen, the "victim", in this case Sony, offers free identity-theft protection. Outrageous!
Because that's PSN.
There's SOE as well which had 12 million credit card details stolen, but some personal info too I believe.
At first read Pokemon Institute lol
Small note: Source link is missing a semicolon after http. So it reads in the address bar: http// instead of http://.
Weird news keep on coming these days, what's next? Amazon claim that they attacked? lol.