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Judge dismisses claims in Sony PSN hack lawsuit

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PSN breach hack suffers major setback. US District Court Judge Anthony Battaglia has dismissed most claims laid against Sony, arguing that the firm has not violated consumer protection laws in California partly because the PSN service is free to use. He also threw out claims of neglect, negligence, unjust enrichment and bailment. The bailment claim, and the claims of violation of California ...

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#1
Gotta love california judges...the service is free to use...unless of course you buy something...and the whole point of the suit is that the credit card numbers used to buy things were compromised.

It is "Toyota can disable hybrid functionality as found in some case that never happened" all over again.


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#2
some sense at last.
#3
Originally posted by KillerBug:
Gotta love california judges...
While it may not be so apparent here, California judges by case record are the most pro consumer in the country.
#4
Originally posted by Azuran:
Originally posted by KillerBug:
Gotta love california judges...
While it may not be so apparent here, California judges by case record are the most pro consumer in the country.
I agree. I just think the judge overlooked the fact that the same network is used to purchase products from Sony.
#5
Originally posted by Azuran:
Originally posted by KillerBug:
Gotta love california judges...
While it may not be so apparent here, California judges by case record are the most pro consumer in the country.
Very true, while they still indeed have the consumer's interests in mind, they are also the worst at committing to a firm decision in favor of said consumers when levying a judgement against a large corporation.

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