Sony have been in the spotlight for some time now, for all the wrong reasons. But the latest news is positive for the Japanese Playstation fans who have been unable to access the network service in the last two and a half months. As many regular readers will already be …Read More »
Japanese gamers are still locked out of Playstation Network
The Playstation Network is back up and running for most countries, but the Japanese are still locked out, unable to get access to their accounts. Japan is very strict when it comes to user security and the government have blocked a relaunch of the PSN until Sony can reassure the …Read More »
Sony PSN network back up and running, but is it secure now?
The Playstation Network is back up and running for most people and Sony Executives are now deciding that it is a good time to talk about the security hack and the ramifications. Chairman and CEO Howard Stringer and Executive Deputy President Kazuo Hirai had a call with some media representatives …Read More »
Sony say network will be fully functional end of May
Sony have said today that they are aiming to get their PlayStation Network up and fully functional by the end of May. The delays in getting their network back up and running are to ensure that no more security breaches will be possible. Sony have had the worst month in …Read More »
Sony users: should you cancel your credit card?
With the recent news of Sony's network being hacked and credit card information being stolen, should you cancel your credit card? With more than 100 million potentially affected worldwide how are the UK banks taking the news? Sony have said that so far, it appears that none of the information …Read More »
US Senator wants answers from Sony over breach
Sony are under pressure from the U.S. government to hand over further information regarding the recent networking security issues. U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal has sent a letter to Sony criticising them for the handling of the security hack which has affected millions of their customers. Blumenthal said “I am deeply …Read More »
Sony to offer freebies to appease customers
Sony have had a rough month, dealing with consumer backlash, after their PlayStation Network was hacked. Kazuo Hirai, Sony’s deputy president finally spoke out offering an apology while bowing “I am deeply sorry for worrying, and inconveniencing, our users.” Many say this apology is too little, too late. He also …Read More »