A class action lawsuit has been filed against Sony over compensation. Specifically, it relates to streaming royalties.
The Big four record labels is becoming the big three record labels. The deal likely won’t dampen fears of a lack of competition.
False DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) takedown notices have become an all too common occurrence in the US. Recently, a man received a DMCA takedown over a video he created and published and subsequently licensed to Sony. The DMCA notice was sent by non other than Sony.
There’s been a development in the Sony hacking story. Earlier this month, Sony threatened to send legal notices to those publishing their leaked e-mails. Now, it seems that those threats are being carried out.
Things are getting intense as the Sony hack grows. Employees of the company are now receiving threatening e-mails from the alleged hackers saying that their families will be in danger.
May and June of 2011 may be two months Sony would rather forget. It’s pretty much next to impossible to really track just how many times the multinational company was hacked. Still, that doesn’t mean there are efforts out there to show just how much the company got hacked.
After a long and, for many, painful 11 days, Sony has held a long awaited press conference to explain what happened during the outage, whether or not credit cards were stolen, who all is involved in fixing this issue and when the network will be back up and running.
It is now day 10 of the infamous Sony PSN (PlayStation Network) outage. Already, 5 countries are involved including the US, UK, a city in China, Australia and Canada. Now, it seems the US has increased its involvement in this outage. The FBI, Congress and 22 State Attorneys General are going to be joining the […]
It was only two days ago that we learned of the first class action lawsuit against Sony in the wake of the PSN outage. Now, two days later, we are learning of a second class action lawsuit filed against Sony. This time, this was filed in a Los Angeles court.
The major PSN outage that saw 70-77 million users data compromised certainly was looking to be one of Sony’s more expensive messes. With governments expressing concern over users identities and a lawsuit already filed against the company, it looked like certain disaster until a recent supreme court ruling was made in a separate case.