Sony 'cut corners' in protecting user data

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Jun 28, 2011
  1. Zekrom_cool
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    Three New York PlayStation Network users last week filed a federal lawsuit alleging that Sony spends 'lavishly' to secure its own intellectual property while cutting corners in protecting the personal data of its customers.

    The plaintiffs, Felix Cortorreal, Jimmy Cortorreal and Jacques Daoud, accuse Sony of negligence, privacy violations and breach of contract. The trio claims that the company does not follow industry best practices to protect customer data.

    Sony in April disclosed that it had been the victim of a massive data breach that had exposed personal data of some 100 million users of its PlayStation Network and Sony Online Entertainment network.

    The breach also exposed credit and debit card information on millions of users of the Sony networks.[/p]

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    Seriously, cut out the plagiarism.

    Posting a snippet of an article with your own commentary and a link is fine. Reposting the entire article is intellectual theft, and downright disgraceful.
     
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    I'm sorry for that. But now i've edited and cut it short.
     

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