Sony To Compensate PSN Users For Stolen Data ?

By  at Monday, May 02, 2011  

In a complement for the coverage of the current situation inside Sony regarding PSN (PlayStaion Network) haking, I have to inform you that Sony was forced to tell its 70 million users that their personal data including their cridet card have been stolen.

It makes sense that Sony's fans wouldn't attatch their credit card again to PSN, at least for non-short period, so what Sony gonna to do? The thoughts turned to compensation. Regarding this handling task with users, Sony announced officially that they are working on something which is unknown for us so far.
In the company’s latest Q&A session regarding the current problems, Sony did its best to ease players’ fears for their saved game data and trophies by assuring them that their data will simply re-sync as soon as PSN is brought back online.
According to Ars Technica : Sony Working on a "make good" plan :
"To thank players for their patience, we will be hosting special events across our game portfolio," SOE said in a statement. "We are also working on a ‘make good’ plan for players of the PS3 versions of DC Universe Online and Free Realms. Details will be available soon on the individual game websites and forums."

The same goes for PSN as a whole and streaming service Qriocity. Seybold said that Sony is "evaluating ways to show appreciation" to users for the downtime, but specifics as to how that will be done are currently unavailable.

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