Sony offers free identity theft protection to hacked PlayStation3 customers
May 27, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Examiner.com
Oops... Sony, located in Foster City, CA, a short 40 minute drive from San Francisco, has had its problems this April with hackers stealing the addresses, passwords and other information from users of its online PlayStation Network.
Yay. Identity theft protection after everyone's info has already been stolen. A little late for that.
That's like offering free rape prevention kits to those who have already been buttraped.
|CA Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex ma... (Aug '10)||18 min||Cali Girl 2014||200,557|
|CA California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legali... (Oct '10)||3 hr||facts faced||15,929|
|Border Agents Make Zero-Tolerance Zone (Aug '06)||7 hr||guest||48|
|Ravenswood considers adding a second middle sch...||21 hr||epa mom||2|
|Trouble sleeping: a warning sign of suicide in ...||22 hr||helena||3|
|CA CA Proposition 23 - Global Warming (Oct '10)||Mon||Mudflys to||7,901|
|CA California seeks to ban free, single-use carryo... (Jun '10)||Mon||Green Soilent||4,975|