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[HP] Sony Chief Howard Stringer Likens Hackers To Mujahideen

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/0...ec3_lnk2|63551

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Security has been restored. Come back and play. This was the message delivered to PlayStation aficionados by Sony's chief executive, Howard Stringer, during a Tuesday morning sit-down with a handful of reporters.

Edited by pcnoob1 - 5/17/11 at 2:18pm
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That's smart... Taunt the people that took your network down for 3 weeks and stole millions upon millions of your customers' information.

Who wants to bet the network will be down again within a week?
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Now he is just asking for it.


For the news, you should:

1)Put the source between [] in the title
2)Quote a small part of the article in your post (the part that summarizes the best the article)
3)Make a nicer link to the source ("Source")

That's the rules.
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I think that Sony is trying to bait them to come back, so they can try and figure out who did it.
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If PSN goes down again ......
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Jesus Christ Im doing it.
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post #8 of 29
I think he was talking to players, not hackers. Title seems horribly misleading.
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Don't make up your own misleading title.
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OP, your title should be.
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