Great. Then you should be able to justify that it is right. Please, enlighten us.
That being said, what lulz are doing is waking up the customers that are blindly putting their trust into these corporations, and making them question a company's reliability before entrusting them their private information like it's no big deal.
Another hacking group (as others have mentioned) would have just stolen the information without declaring it, sold it to the highest bidder, and took an early retirement.
Edit: Now that lulz have exposed that security flaw, the risk of that happening is gone, and customers now know they are to cancel credit cards, etc....
Had they just warned Sony about it, odds are they would have been ignored.
Edited by __Pat__ - 6/14/11 at 1:40am