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Sony is just as much at fault as the hackers are.
+1

That's just irresponsible on Sony's part. If you have valuable assets, you should do all you can to protect it, plain and simple. Were they just going to sit around and hope everyone thinks they have some uber security? Bluff fail..
 
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So they are going to release 1 million users details onto the web. The only loser is silly games like this is us, the average Joe.

Both groups are idiots.
they already did they did torrennts and links on their website

DOB | Gender | Phone | Zip | State | City | Address2 | Address1 | Last | First | Password | Email | UserID


passwords were plain text too.

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they already did they did torrennts and links on their website

DOB | Gender | Phone | Zip | State | City | Address2 | Address1 | Last | First | Password | Email | UserID


passwords were plain text too.

Quite honestly, idiots, all of them. I do hope they get caught and punished. It's one thing to hack a company and show up their flaws, it's another to actually release all the data.

I don't see how that makes people pro-cause.
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Where did Sony taunt hackers... can you link me to where that happened?
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Where did Sony taunt hackers... can you link me to where that happened?
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/0...ml?ir=Business

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Quite honestly, idiots, all of them. I do hope they get caught and punished. It's one thing to hack a company and show up their flaws, it's another to actually release all the data.

I don't see how that makes people pro-cause.
Positive effect is massive, corporations slumbered on security, I work for one in IT field and follow whats happening in the field, massive cuts to security infrastructure since it's thought as unneeded since nobody gets hacked, so we don't need any protection and can get away with free solutions only.

This should make other corporations reevaluate their own security and not cut it out as unneeded expenditure.
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Quite honestly, idiots, all of them. I do hope they get caught and punished. It's one thing to hack a company and show up their flaws, it's another to actually release all the data.

I don't see how that makes people pro-cause.
i agree it annoys me so much how they attack a company the release innocent people's details in order to embarrass the company, when all they do effect the users. whats more annoying the hacking group have revived $500 donations since they did it
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Positive effect is massive, corporations slumbered on security, I work for one in IT field and follow whats happening in the field, massive cuts to security infrastructure since it's thought as unneeded since nobody gets hacked, so we don't need any protection and can get away with free solutions only.

This should make other corporations reevaluate their own security and not cut it out as unneeded expenditure.
Yeah, I too work in advertising so we have a looooooooooooot of customer details on our systems (for massive clients as well). I have noticed too big changes in the security of our sytems. Good to see, but still, there was no need to release innocent customers details to everyone.

I would be partially pro their cause, but when they then release the data into the public, potentially damaging innocent people, they shot themselves in the foot.
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I've never signed up for anything with Sony but was wondering what their Sony Pictures privacy policy was, to me it's less than impressive.
Reading between the lines, "commercially reasonable safeguards" by this I guess they mean "commercially cheapest safeguards, as we don't really care about your data but by law we have to do something"

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post #29 of 97
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+1

That's just irresponsible on Sony's part. If you have valuable assets, you should do all you can to protect it, plain and simple. Were they just going to sit around and hope everyone thinks they have some uber security? Bluff fail..
This. Why hasn't somebody sued Sony for STILL storing important user data in plain text. That is so unacceptable it is making my head hurt. FAIL Sony. Just FAIL.

If Sony was making a diligent investment in security I would feel much more sorry for them.
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It isn't Sony's fault / can't blame Sony.

In cases like everyone loses.

Sony loses because they should have secured this data.

We (the consumer) lose because our personal data is leaked out / sold

Should Sony have protected our data better? Yes
Does that make it right for the hacking to occurred? No
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