Sony’s letter to the House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade contains new details about the ongoing PSN investigation.
Sony has admitted that their PC gaming service was also compromised during the breach of the PSN.
Sony is still having credit card problems, but nobody has been trying to sell info back to Sony.
Sony’s PC gaming service has gone the way of the PSN.
Sony is handing out free PlayStation Plus memberships to apologize to the fans.
A new Q&A reveals that credit card data was and encrypted and kept separate from the rest of the PSN.
The Canadian government is concerned about the recent violation of digital privacy.
A few disgruntled customers have already taken Sony to court for their recent security violations.
Sony may have to pay the price for failing to protect users’ personal information.
Digital conmen are going after fans of Modern Warfare 2.
Your password is gone, but your credit card information might still be safe.
An “unauthorized individual” now has access to all of the data stored in your PSN account.