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If there was a Magnusson Moss Act for computers, Sony would be up the creek with the Feds.

Oh and yea, this is a can of worms thy opened, challenged even with their suit vs that one guy.
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That is disappointing. If it happened to one branch of their company, and another, why would they not up the security for all of them...
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Probably in a day or two; if worse comes to worst, after E3.
maybe they will hax there e3 presentation to that be bad. Why sony though there's way worse evil company's out there
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I do kinda find it funny that Sony is getting pwned
Sony and a million other people. Which is the problem here.

I'd rather sony be my information overlord that some other anonymous person. At least i can sue sony.
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At least Sony offers free online play. That is what I personally love about owning a PS3. I had an Xbox at one point but wasnt always able to use the Live services and was tired of paying the 5-6$ a month for something I could not use. Once these guys are done with Sony whos to say they arent going to move onto another high profile target. Sure at this point in time Sony is everyone favorite with their recent debacles but who knows what happens when these guys get bored again. Like people have said its really the rest of us who are part of the userbase that are affected with the services being down, even though we are the people the didn't have much of a problem or want "help" from the get-go.
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At this rate they won't stop until Sony is wiped off the face of the planet.
If they're storing their customer's info in plain text format, maybe that's not such a bad thing.

Seriously Sony, time to start hiring some new security experts, this is pathetic.


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The main reason people purchase Sony Playstations is there Mod ablity.
You lost me here. There is probably a very small percentage (I'd wager less than 1%) of customers that would even know how to mod a PS3, let alone care to.

I do agree with everything before that in your post, it was wrong for Sony to remove a feature from their product when that could be why people bought it to begin with. That's like buying a DX11 card to go with Windows 7 and then Microsoft removes DX11 support and forces DX9 on Windows 7 for some security reason. If something like this happened it would be expected that people would hack their Windows to be able to keep DX11. (Yes I know it's not an apples to apples comparison)
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Well, probably, the government does support corporations more than the people.
Corporations are "the people." That makes no sense.
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Actually it is the parents who pay for their kids games.
I'm not so sure about that (except maybe for the Wii).

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The average game player is 35 years old and has been playing games for 12 years.
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Poor Sony. They just spent millions of dollars to upgrade their security but to no avail. Epic fail.
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If Sony didn't remove the Other O/S support for the PS3, none of this would probably be happening....

I hope Sony burns!
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