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Sony Hacked Again...And Again

May 31. 2011

Sony CEO Howard Stringer is not looking too bright right about now

Sony has been battered by hackers over the past two months and the company's defenses are still proving inadequate, as they were attacked again today. The hacks have largely centered on Sony's gaming company, PSN, but now hackers are turning their attention to the music branch of the company. Yup, that's right, Sony Music. They want to hack everything, including Beyonce's weave.

A threat tweet was left for Sony on the social networking website, Twtter, as hackers facetiously alerted them to the fact, they are pillaging their computer systems once again and making off with more customers' data. 

Thus far, Sony and the FBI have been unable to catch the people behind the very damaging hacks, which swiped the personal and financial data of 110,000,000 Sony customers. Um, maybe it's just me, but I think the hackers are trying to break them.

It's time Sony's crazy CEO, Howard Stringer, steps down. His insane breed of leadership and obsession with theft, fraud and harassment, in concert with other known executives, has deposited Sony into a number of terrible situations that caused them permanent damage.


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