Sony Finally Sending Someone to Testify Before Congress

Not long after PlayStation Network went down and Sony admitted the personal information of 77 million accounts was compromised, Congress came a knockin', requesting an executive to appear for questioning. Sony answered the congressional subcommittee's list of questions, but declined the invitation, citing the company's all-hands-on-deck response.

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guitarded772431d ago (Edited 2431d ago )

Actually, good timing for Sony (and I'm sure it's no coincidence). If the questioning before congress goes horribly wrong, or at least creates sound bytes for the gaming media to run wild with, they have E3 the following week to get away from any negative press.

metsgaming2431d ago

yea if it ends before E3 then yes its good they are doing it now. The people that really need to be answering questions is congress themselves but whatever.

tehpees32431d ago

and when it all comes to an end these articles can finally end

jjohan352430d ago

I was hoping they'd send Kevin Butler...

Veeger2431d ago

Will there be another expert quoting IRC logs from schoolhackers?

chadwarden2431d ago

Sony should send ChadWarden. ChadWarden will leave congress speechless and prove to them that their future plans are ABAP(As Baller As Possible).

downwardspiral2431d ago

im guessing that they'll probably send in kevin butler.

Poopee2431d ago

If they did that, there would be no more congress.

DwightOwen2431d ago

Where the hell does Congress get off on "summoning" Sony execs to Washington, as a king summons his subjects? Don't they have more important matters to deal with, like high fuel prices, high unemployment, out-of-control spending, etc.?!

subtenko2430d ago (Edited 2430d ago )

Im not supposed to reveal this info, but, just keep this on the dl.

They are sending in JACK THOMPSON