Sony's CEO has forwarded a remarkable new rationale for his company's recent catastrophic network security failures. Howard Stringer warned last week that the April hacker thefts of millions of his customers' personal records are a prelude to global digital horrors. "It's not a brave new world," he told the media. "It's a bad new world." Preaching Armageddon as a PR response to a corporation's own faulty technology and service is an unlikely tactic, especially when continuing attacks this very week show that Sony has clearly not eliminated its vulnerabilities. It's not our mess, Stringer seems to be implying with his dramatic blame shifting. It's the world's mess... (Continued) http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jonathan-lit...d_b_865768.html You hear that hackers? Sony's says you're evil. In fact the whole world is evil. The end is nigh! Repent! Rapture is coming!! But hey, at least Stringer is reading the right books.