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I said it a week ago and I am saying it again. I have heard from insiders the PS4 is cancelled, and the Sony Games Division is mostly getting shut down and restructured to handle the PC side of SOE and some remaining MMORPG games. SGD is currently in $6 billion USD dollar debt, all because of the PS3, which has bombed more than anyone predicted. Once the PS3 hit $3 billion debt, Sony moved it under the SGD wing as an economic strategy, where they could hide it's mounting debt from investors behind all their other products like PSP and MMORPG's. If the PS3 was left out in the open I have heard estimates the debt would really be as high as $8.3 billion. You heard it here first. If you want to be "in the know" on insider information, just listen to me, the PS4 is cancelled. There will not be a PlayStation product for quite some time, maybe never again.
Interesting...With their inability to protect customer data, my PS3 might as well be bricked...I had used it for downloaded HD rental Movies, but no more. My online CC has been changed, and no SOE online anymore, regardless if they come back online.
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Pray tell the future of the PSP2, Mr. Insider. Is it no longer set to be released later this year?
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Snip.
You're like the anti Sony propaganda spam machine. It's annoying.
 
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Alright.. this is getting out of hand, I don't care if your Pro Sony or against Sony.. this is just ludacris now, these hackers are doing more harm than good at this point.. and are honestly just harming the good people who just want to play their damn games.
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Jeez this is getting a little out of hand.
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The hack happened last night idiot, not in 2007.

If a bank is robbed last night, but one of the dollar bills taken was printed in 2007, do we reply to the thread about the bank robbery with "It was from 2007".

NO, WE DO NOT.

The date of one of the credit cards taken does not discount the fact that Sony cannot keep customers' private data and banking information safe.
Nothing got hacked last night,nothing at all.

Read the joystiq.com page again and read down to see that sony confirmed there was NO second attack.

"SOE has provided us with the following statement, in which it confirms that its user data was stolen as part of the original intrusion -- not a second attack. "While the two systems are distinct and operated separately, given that they are both under the SONY umbrella, there is some degree of architecture that overlaps. The intrusions were similar in nature. This is NOT a second attack; new information has been discovered as part of our ongoing investigation of the external intrusion in April."

Also,do you really need to write in big letters like that?
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I think that Sony put up this information to see if they would be attacked again so that they would have a better chance at tracking down the people stealing the data.
I'm sure big brother was watching in the background...
>implying the FBI can do anything about them:rolleyes

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You're giving Sony far too much credit.
    
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The bigger question is why cant they protect themselves from attacks like this?
Even the US Government has problems keeping Chinese hackers out of their systems/networks.
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It was bait. They were fishing for the hackers this time, and got a bite. Now the FBI is reeling them in. It was a trap.
Hmm, as you are obliviously in the FBI to know that... Who really killed JFK?? lol
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LOL win!
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