April 27, 2011

THIS ISN’T GOOD: User information on 77 million PlayStation users stolen, admits Sony. “In a statement on the PlayStation blog, the company confirmed that attackers have obtained details such as users’ name, address, date of birth and password. More worryingly, customers’ credit card details may have also been compromised.” If you can’t protect the data, you shouldn’t collect the data.

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