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Sony: Credit card info may have been leaked in PS3 hack

Yesterday, Sony admitted it was unsure if user credit card information had been compromised in the recent attack that downed the PlayStation Network and Qrocity. Today, the company has updated their blog to say that credit card data might have been leaked. (Which may be corporate shorthand for a guy in Russia is buying iPhones [...]
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