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Submitted by HeretoSpeakTheTruth 1451d ago | opinion piece

Analysis: What's so special about Sony's massive data breach?

The bulk of attacks on corporate and governmental computer networks go unreported because victims want to avoid the embarrassment and public scrutiny that come with acknowledging that their systems have been hacked. (PS3, Sony)

ionlyneedonebubble  +   1451d ago
The only thing special is gamers cant use PSN. Which isnt that bad in the scope of things, but it does frustrate millions of gamers. Consumers not being able to use PSN is more of catastrophe then Sony losing money.
HeretoSpeakTheTruth  +   1451d ago
hopefully Sony can get there stock back up Soon keep doing a great sony we cant wait intil everything is back again
v1c1ous  +   1451d ago
Sony for the love of jebus, FIRE YOUR PR DEPARTMENT AND GET A NEW ONE, THIS LATEST ONE HAS GONE STALE!
HeretoSpeakTheTruth  +   1451d ago
LOL that should work just fine
Seraphemz  +   1451d ago
ENOUGH!!

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