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The six-day delay in notifying customers of the intrusion is “troubling,†U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat from Connecticut, told Sony Computer Entertainment President Jack Tretton in a letter dated April 26.

“PlayStation Network users should be provided with financial data security services, including free access to credit reporting services, for two years, the costs of which should be borne by Sony,†wrote Blumenthal, a former Connecticut attorney general.
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I'm pretty sure this is a re-post.
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I'm pretty sure this is a re-post.

Yup, there is like 3-5 Threats that talks about the same thing.. don't people search before posting?
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Yup, there is like 3-5 Threats that talks about the same thing.. don't people search before posting?
Pfft. Of course not.
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OP fail at posting too

[XXXXXX]Sony says..... where is it? XD
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