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PSN: journalists reporting misinformation a problem for Sony

Gamer.Blorge writes: "There is no question that Sony faces a PR nightmare as many news sites are running rampant reporting anything that sounds sensational without questioning the validity of the source. Most of the problems stem from smaller sites looking for quick hits, but even larger sites such as CNET have been guilty of making similar mistakes.

For example CNET recently posted an article titled: “Did Sony know its security was outdated?” This story was circulated via hundreds of sites across the Web like wild-fire."

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Joni-Ice2412d ago

Why they do it? 1 word...."HITS"

rockleex2412d ago (Edited 2412d ago )

Even in this very comment section, you still see some people trying to spread false information as fact.

They just want to blame Sony for EVERYTHING for no reason at all.

Well I know the reason, but I'm not gonna say it. ;)

Rybakov2412d ago

sounds about right

what ever happened to being honest and unbiased?

Istanbull2412d ago

That completly vanished when PS3 released, the american media started hating on it and revealed their fanboyism.

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M-A-R-S-H-A-L-L2412d ago

I wouldn't call them journalists. I would call them ignorant-minded fools who don't even know what's going on but are spreading falsehoods and lies just to further an agenda.

showtimefolks2412d ago

journalists

uall just leave this topic till we actually know for facts every one of you journalists reporting on rumors

and everyone on internet who writes a blog becomes a journalists

i care about journalists as much as i care about what ign

zero

Tired2412d ago

Aren't there laws regarding libel?

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dktxx22412d ago

Well now Sony knows how Obama feels.

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Muerte24942412d ago (Edited 2412d ago )

you must fact check your statements. If these statements turn out to be false, you must then retract the article. That's why I find it hard to call most sites on here journalist. They do very little fact checking, and almost never recant. Smaller site like Thebitbag and HHG break news, but bigger sites (IGN, Gamepro) copy and paste the story and get the credit. Only difference is one get's paid for it and the other does it for a hobby. I'd trust the review of a man/woman who doesn't get paid rather than the one who does.

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