Boy, these guys are just bending Sony over a barrel lately, aren't they? Just when they're getting PSN back up and running too.
Not that I'm sympathetic to either side. Ultimately it's the people with personal-information on display who suffer here. But still. Damn.
What do you suppose it'll take to get hackers to stop? I get the feeling as this stuff happens more and more, and even if new, impassable security measures existed and were put into place, would they abide by some code of honour to cease? Or at least pick a new target? Will it just be sheer boredom that will cause these attacks to die down? Seems like one of those things that Sony could do everything right to protect against and still couldn't prevent.
I'm not sure what the answer is... I mean, beside everyone who is affected to change their passwords and cancel dem credit cards, yo.
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