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90% of PSN Users Have Returned Says Sony

Posted on Tuesday, June 28 @ 08:50:11 Eastern by


Amidst shareholder's cries for Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer's resignation came some news regarding the aftermath of the PSN security breach fiasco.

Stringer defended himself, pointing out that Sony's stocks suffered more due to the Japan earthquake than the PSN hacking. He then said that trust in Sony as a brand is being restored quickly and as much as 90% of PSN users affected by the breach have returned.

Over 70 million PSN accounts were affected, but that number includes secondary accounts created only to access other region's content. I know I have a Japanese and a UK PSN account that I haven't re-activated since the hacking took place, so I'm contributing to that 10% remaining. Not because I don't trust Sony, but because I forgot the passwords and used fake information to create them.

Have you gone back to the PSN since it returned? If not, why haven't you? And has your trust in Sony been restored?

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