Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 17th May 2011 22:10 UTC
Games Now that the Playstation Network is back online, the great downplaying by Sony has begun. Sony CEO Howard Stringer has been making the rounds in the media world, talking about the massive security fail, and in his eyes, it's not that big of a deal. He calls it a 'hiccup', something that happens to all large networks.
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Pride before a fall
by Darai on Wed 18th May 2011 01:09 UTC
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Well kudos to them. I hope that they this time their servers are secure, but I really wish Sony would just drop the arrogant attitude already. Just the way that they put off that it's not biggie makes me feel as though they really don't take responsiblity for making sure keeping data is secure and that it isn't a priority to them.

Edited 2011-05-18 01:10 UTC

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RE: Pride before a fall
by Laurence on Wed 18th May 2011 09:30 in reply to "Pride before a fall"
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Well kudos to them.

Kudos for what? o_O

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RE[2]: Pride before a fall
by olefiver on Wed 18th May 2011 21:59 in reply to "RE: Pride before a fall"
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Since Sony feels that "exposing personal information - including credit card data - of nearly 80 million people the world over is a 'hiccup'.", it seems like Sony has reverse engineered Jobs' RDF, at least for internal use.
Would think that deserves some kudos.

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