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I want to punch this person in the face.
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Originally Posted by OmegaNemesis28 View Post
You're kidding? Right? That's absolutely insane, and I will just flat out eat a shoe if this were to fly.
To cover the cost of replacing CC cards: that would be reasonable. Even I can't argue with something like that, it's only right. But: fraud insurance and credit monitoring? For two years to boot? Get outta town.

I don't see ANYONE making these kinds of class action lawsuits at Epsilon, who probably lost more information than PSN and SOE combined. Granted Epsilon perhaps didn't loose CC info (of which is not entirely confirmed like the PSN situation), they lost a whole lot more info of which they can't even confirm of which - whether it was Disney's, between three or four banks, Collegeboard, and a bunch more.
Anytime anyone's personal information is lost, stolen, or erroneously made public, it's pretty commonplace for whoever is responsible to offer a period of free credit monitoring. For instance: http://www.txsafeguard.org/

You don't think Sony owes at least that much to it's loyal and paying customers? Lol, what planet do you live on sir? Sony should have done this already at the very least, especially when credit cards are involved.

Oh that's right, you think that everyone whose data was stolen, data that Sony should have protected in the first place, should pay for their own credit monitoring service!

Oh and message to Sony: Karma's a female dog.
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Im just waiting for Sony to ask the plaintiff...
"So... did you read the terms before accepting?"
Plaintiff: "No..."
Sony: "Go home child."
EULA's have been proven to not be legally binding.
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EULA's have been proven to not be legally binding.
Unless they have some clause about freely giving away someones confidential information

I am sure once all the lawsuits are over they will add it.
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