PlayStation 3 Data Breach May Be Biggest Ever

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PlayStation 3 Data Breach May Be Biggest Ever

Sony admitted last week that hackers had compromised its network and may have obtained the names, addresses, usernames, passwords, or credit card information of 77 million PlayStation users. What do you think?

  • "Wait, let me give them my other card. The one I have on there is expired."

    Barry Coleman
    Systems Analyst
  • "That's okay. With all the PlayStation I was playing, my identity wasn't that great, anyway."

    Laura Walker
    Research Assistant
  • "I hope the International Criminal Court isn't involved in this. I've done some terrible things during Call Of Duty."

    Daniel Glover