Sony has said today that it had removed from a specific website the names and partial addresses of 2,500 sweepstakes contestants that had been stolen by hackers, and as far as we know no credit card information was published at this site.
Since the PlayStation Network breach, much information has come to light regarding the handling of customers private information, such as credit card information being distributed across the internet, and it would be fair to say that the company’s public image has taken a significant beating.
When Sony had their press conference last week in regards to the PSN Outage that happened on the PlayStation Network servers, they informed everyone that the restoration of the service will begin sometime this week.
So the PlayStation network has been down for over a week. Since it was turned off rumours have bounced around the Internet, information has been stolen and PlayStation 3 users have been without an online service. Has Sony done the right things or could it have done a better job? While obviously...
As Sony unveiled today, the personal and credit card information stored on the PlayStation Network servers are seriously compromised, the company will be sending a mass email to everyone to give them a heads up.