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Sony freebies help soothe anger at data breach

Sony has won over some gamers by offering free access to its PlayStation Network to compensate for the leak of personal details on 78 million user accounts, but still has some way to go to regain the trust of consumers.Full story

Customers stay despite high-profile data breaches

Week after week, thieves break into corporate computer systems to steal customer lists, email addresses and credit card numbers. Large data breaches get overshadowed by even larger ones. Yet people are turning over personal information to online retailers, social networks and other services in growi Full story

Sony User Database Said to Be Up for Sale in Online Bazaar

Credit: Sony Eight days after Sony took the PlayStation Network offline, rumors and misinformation continue to swirl around the unprecedented shutdown and massive data breach that affected an estimated 77 million users. Full story

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