Neoseeker : News : Sony offering PSN users one free year of identity theft protection through Debix
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Faust May 5, 11
Shit. This is serious.
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Joshdude92 May 5, 11
Well that'll be useful
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Vendramin May 5, 11
New PSN will be more secure, stronger, livelier, bigger, and above all sexier...
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Fluroclad May 6, 11
Useful, I guess a 15 year old needs this stuff just in case!
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shadowhunterxyz May 6, 11
darkblade, honestly what part of FREE do you not get?
and shit if it's one year i am scared to know what happens the year after
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The Darkest Shadow May 6, 11
Got to give Sony credit, they know how to apologise for screwing up.

I just hope this isn't exclusively for American PSN users, I won't be impressed if it is. XD
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Storm May 6, 11
Any good business apologizes for these acts and usually compensates customers. It's a general thing to do. Of course this is freaking serious.

I sure hope that the following year they won't have any trouble...
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ssbmaster May 6, 11
It's probably not going to be that hard for whoever acquired the information to wait a year to use it.
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pipripx May 6, 11
>.> 1 month free of both music and sony plus and now a year of identity theft >.> man sony knows how to kiss meh ass least they know how to make up for something
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Faust May 6, 11
quote ssbmaster
It's probably not going to be that hard for whoever acquired the information to wait a year to use it.
If you don't change most of this information after a year, that is entirely on you.
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paul May 8, 11
i think free psn plus for a year and 50 pound/dollors psn card to every one once psn is up
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