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Sony Is Hurt I Got PSN Codes Through Amazon, Won’t Give Me $10 Store Credit

Sony had this great deal offering $10 in store credit for every $50 that they spent in the PlayStation Network online store. Shane decided to give making purchases in the PSN store a try, because, hey, free money! Only in his attempt to avoid handing over his credit card info to Sony, he inadvertently didn’t fulfill one of the terms of the deal, and Sony won’t give him one of his $10 credits. [More]

Sony Returns Sales Tax It Mistakenly Charged PS3 Owners

Sony sent out emails to customers saying it mistakenly charged sales tax on PlayStation Network purchases back in the day, and has refunded the money into their accounts. [More]

93,000 PSN Accounts Suspended After Latest Attack

93,000 PSN Accounts Suspended After Latest Attack

PlayStation announced they’ve suspended 93,000 PSN accounts after the latest attack against their network. [More]

Sony Extends Identity Theft Protection Offer For PlayStation Network Users Through july

Sony Extends Identity Theft Protection Offer For PlayStation Network Users Through july

To help calm the nerves of users whose personal information was swiped during the PlayStation Network outage, Sony offered a year of free identity theft protection through Debix’s AllClear ID PLUS program. The deadline to register was set to expire June 28, but Sony has extended it through the end of the day July 31. [More]

Sony Apparently Ends PSN Outage Welcome Back Offer A Day Early (Updated)

Sony Apparently Ends PSN Outage Welcome Back Offer A Day Early (Updated)

UPDATE: Sony has extended its welcome back program through 9 a.m. Tuesday. [More]

HasSonyBeenHackedThisWeek.com Does What It Says

HasSonyBeenHackedThisWeek.com Does What It Says

With hit after hit coming on a regular basis it can be hard to keep track of whether Sony has been hacked this week or not, and it’s easy to tune out. Thankfully, a simple new service has stepped in to make it a lot easier to find out if Sony has been hacked recently. It’s called HasSonyBeenHackedThisWeek.com. [More]

Sony At E3: An Apology, Price For New Portable, Unintended Laughter, A Boast And Poor Defense By Kobe Bryant

Sony At E3: An Apology, Price For New Portable, Unintended Laughter, A Boast And Poor Defense By Kobe Bryant

Sony’s marathon E3 press conference Monday, which I attended, was a roller coaster of surreal announcements and pronouncements by the company. It started with Sony Computer Entertainment of America CEO Jack Tretton offering a profuse apology for the PlayStation Network outage and data breach, and just got more awkward from there. [More]

PlayStation Network Finally All The Way Back From The Dead

PlayStation Network Finally All The Way Back From The Dead

Sony made good on its promise to restore the beleaguered PlayStation Network back to full strength, re-opening the online PlayStation Store and also allowing players to re-download past purchases. [More]

Sony Says PlayStation Network Should Be Fully Restored This Week

Sony Says PlayStation Network Should Be Fully Restored This Week

Sony managed to patch some key parts of its downed PlayStation Network more than two weeks ago, but some functions — such as the ability to buy and download previously purchased games — are still missing. [More]

PlayStation Network Troubles Cost Sony $171 Million

PlayStation Network Troubles Cost Sony $171 Million

Sony’s infamous PlayStation Network outage and data breach will carry a hefty price tag for the company, costing it $171 million to rebuild in the fiscal year ending March of next year. [More]

Sony CEO: Company Was Not Slow To Notify Users Of Data Breach

Sony CEO: Company Was Not Slow To Notify Users Of Data Breach

Sony CEO Howard Stringer lashed out at those who complained that the company waited too long to notify customers of its PlayStation Network data breach. [More]

Sony Names Games It Will Offer PS3, PSP Players To Apologize For Outage

Sony Names Games It Will Offer PS3, PSP Players To Apologize For Outage

As an apologetic gift to gamers who suffered Sony’s recently concluded PlayStation Network outage and accompanying data breach, Sony will offer players a maximum of four downloadable games — two for PS3 owners and two for those with PSPs. The games come from pre-selected fields of five games for the PS3 and four for the PSP. [More]

Sony: No Evidence That Credit Card Info Was Stolen By PlayStation Network Hackers

Sony: No Evidence That Credit Card Info Was Stolen By PlayStation Network Hackers

Sony’s PlayStation Network has been down for more than three weeks, during which the company hasn’t been able to definitively state whether or not users’ credit card information was compromised. But in a letter sent to game publishers, Sony writes that it’s seen no proof that such data was hacked. [More]

Don't Hold Your Breath For A Timely PlayStation Network Restoration

Don't Hold Your Breath For A Timely PlayStation Network Restoration

Remember when Sony said its downed PlayStation Network would be back up in some form sometime last week? That didn’t happen, and now that the outage nears the start of its fourth week, Sony is astutely getting more vague in its promises. [More]

Sony Offers Year Of Identity Theft Prevention Service As Hackers Allegedly Plot Another Attack

Sony Offers Year Of Identity Theft Prevention Service As Hackers Allegedly Plot Another Attack

To regain the confidence of customers burned by its infamous PlayStation Network outage and data breach, Sony is offering U.S. users a year’s subscription to an identity theft prevention service. [More]

Security Expert: Sony Knew Its Software Was Obsolete Months Before PSN Breach

Security Expert: Sony Knew Its Software Was Obsolete Months Before PSN Breach

In congressional testimony this morning, Dr. Gene Spafford of Purdue University said that Sony was using outdated software on its servers — and knew about it months in advance of the recent security breaches that allowed hackers to get private information from over 100 million user accounts. [More]

Sony Considering Apologetic Gesture For Burned PS3 Owners

Sony Considering Apologetic Gesture For Burned PS3 Owners

What sort of thank you/I’m sorry gift do you get for 77 million account holders whose private info you may have leaked? That’s the conundrum Sony is facing. [More]

Sony: We Waited A Day, Not A Week, To Tell Gamers Hacker May Have Swiped Their Info

Sony: We Waited A Day, Not A Week, To Tell Gamers Hacker May Have Swiped Their Info

Sony ignited a firestorm Tuesday when it revealed that its week-long-and-counting PlayStation Network outage was caused by one or more hackers who may have swiped users’ personal information, including credit card numbers. [More]