Sony Offers Free Identity Theft Protection To PSN Users
Posted on Friday, May 6 @ 00:22:01 PST by Daniel Bischoff
Ew, gross. I stepped in dog shit today. Nasty, nasty stuff. New shoes too! What the F***! Gosh, I can't believe it happened to me. Shit! I stepped in shit! God, if I find the dirty sonofabitch who did this... I wish I could do the same thing right back to them... maybe rub their faces in it.
"I caught you! You bastard!" That's what I would say. You know... if I ever got my identity stolen I'd probably feel the same way.
Since the PlayStation Network's breach and the subsequent theft of user information, the possibility of identity fraud went way up for a lot of gamers. Sony detailed plans to offer identity theft protection to PSN users in the United States today. Plans for individuals in international PSN territories have not been described but that information should be available soon.
Thinking about enrolling in the complimentary service? Here's the run down:
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