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Sony is not responsible for people ILLEGALLY obtaining, modifying and distributing information...
They have to secure their customer Data if they fail it is the fault of the company and u can file law Suites against em.

This is a neverending Story someone wake up the Lion and it´s not gonna sleep anymore.

Untill they fix their online Buissness.
post #152 of 185
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He exploits and opens the code already on the device AND THEN unlawfully distributed a company's copyrighted property.

He plagiarized someone else's work, modified it, and distributed it.

That's illegal.

Hackers then took it upon themselves to do something ILLEGAL.

Back OT...Going to stay OT.

Sony is not responsible for people ILLEGALLY obtaining, modifying and distributing information...

This ENTIRE thread is rittled with people saying "SOE deserves it"...No, they really don't.

They were well within their rights to sue...They did not go about it correctly and in 2011 it's very hard to prove their case but, they did nothing illegal.

Their data is LEGALLY protected.

The hackers ILLEGALLY obtained the data.

I don't quite understand where all this SOE hate comes from when, by right, they have yet to break the law once.
So many things wrong with this post.

I could type out twice as much as you have, and still not get through to you or anyone who thinks like you. I really don't care to.
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Some sides say Geohot was in the wrong and others are saying he isn't. I'm all about open software and jailbreaking. So I didn't want to see Geohot sued. Best case scenario for me was Geohot going to court and winning.

I don't really care what side of the debate people are on. This is overclock.net. It is my hope that everyone here understands that what these hackers are doing is wrong. We will not see any good changes out of this. Doesn't matter if your for are against Geohot actions you should at least be against the actions of these hackers which could potentially make things harder for all of us without brining about any positive changes.
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Some sides say Geohot was in the wrong and others are saying he isn't. I'm all about open software and jailbreaking. So I didn't want to see Geohot sued. Best case scenario for me was Geohot going to court and winning.

I don't really care what side of the debate people are on. This is overclock.net. It is my hope that everyone here understands that what these hackers are doing is wrong. We will not see any good changes out of this. Doesn't matter if your for are against Geohot actions you should at least be against the actions of these hackers which could potentially make things harder for all of us without brining about any positive changes.
And this is where we see the side of hacking that the majority of the world does not recognize everyone thinks of hackers as the people who broke into the Sony servers and stole that data, I think they all need to be caught. Geohot's hacking is not designed to hurt anyone only help the end user enjoy their product more.
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As an admin, I'm only required to put up a firewall.

Your data, as far as the law is concerned, is properly protected...It's secure.

When the law changes, we'll have a conversation but, until that time, SOE did not break the law in any form/fashion with how user end data is stored.



Because I'm ethically grounded and an honorable person, likely not...I apologize for my moral code.
Sry. it may have been my opinion, i´m German and Data Protection is held up alot here.

Google Street View Blurrout as an Excample.
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I would hope that any company that takes credit card information would have more protection than a firewall.

Maybe you should state some sources to back up some of these claims.

I'm not saying that Sony should be found guilty in this. I'm just not agreeing with the firewall as the only means needed of protection.
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I would hope that any company that takes credit card information would have more protection than a firewall.

Maybe you should state some sources to back up some of these claims.

I'm not saying that Sony should be found guilty in this. I'm just not agreeing with the firewall as the only means needed of protection.
The laws surrounding the protection of data are extremely vague...I'm not saying you only SHOULD have a firewall but, there's no law requiring you to have XYZ.

My customer's information is stored on a server that's offline...I personally, physically update it at the end of every day because it's the main backup.

I have no firewall on this server, there's no hard line to it. Do you consider that protected?

From a legal standpoint, it is...In fact, I got a bravo for doing it that way. It's tedious and a pain but, who's to stop you from breaking in and essentially getting thousands of credit card numbers? Windows and doors, essentially.

Being "protected" is in the eye of the beholder...To some, it's not enough...To other's it's more than enough...You'll never satisfy everyone.

I'm not by any means saying it was well protected...I'm saying that for them to still be in business, it was LEGALLY protected.

An illegal act was commited to "steal" that data.

Black and white.
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You would think they would step their game up, no?
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A firewall is all you're LEGALLY responsible to provide the end consumer.
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I'm not saying you only need a firewall ...
Dude You making no sense...
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Dude You making no sense...
Legally that's all you need but a company is a bunch of morons if that's all they use.
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