Sony hack timeline

Snoybuilding.jpg Kotaku has a timeline of the Sony hackocalypse from the last couple of weeks, condensed from their own missive to congress: "According to details from Sony themselves in a letter to congressional subcommittee, Sony was aware that data had been removed from their systems six days before warning customers that accounts had been compromised." They Knew For Six Days: The PlayStation Network Hack Timeline [Kotaku]


  1. A further interesting question for the six days they had to contemplate their fate, would be WHY hasn’t Sony’s CEO been publicly FIRED and brought up on charges of Fraud; Negligent disclose of confidential information; Breach of privacy; multiple counts of Grand Theft; AND sentenced to prison at the SuperMax facility in Colorado??

  2. I’m confused – how did they ‘warn customers’? I have an account on the PSN and never received any official statement from Sony.

      1. Wow, I just dug it out of my gmail spam folder. So much goes in there and it is rarely, if ever, wrong so I am not in the habit of checking. Thanks!

    1. Thank cocks for that. I dropped all my Gizmodo-network RSS subscriptions the day after they changed over. I mean, seriously, every article link for me seems to just give me a huge list of articles. And it looks so bad that I don’t consider it worth figuring out why.

  3. So I guess we’re not going to get an explanation for the SNOY photo?

    As an aside, as far as modern architecture goes I think all the buildings in this photo look pretty cool.

  4. Oh I get it … Wattle Frowsy. That’s very good, yes. Now, about that advert along the side there. I’m not sure that’s exactly legal.

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