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.

On the PlayStation Blog, a Sony spokesperson said that the company is devising ways to make it up to users over the debacle, in which one or more hackers riddled the network’s security, forcing it offline for more than a week.

The post says Sony will offer undetermined “make good” overtures to subscribers of pay-to-play massively multiplayer online games such as DC Universe Online. As for other users, the spokesman is more cryptic:

We are currently evaluating ways to show appreciation for your extraordinary patience as we work to get these services back online.

What trinket do you think Sony needs to provide to help make things right?

Q&A #2 for PlayStation Network and Qriocity Services [PlayStation Blog]

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