Group Claims to be Attacking Sony, Stealing Data. Again.

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Over the past few days, broadcaster PBS has been the target of a concerted series of attacks on its online presence. Those hackers now claim they've moved onto targeting Sony.

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A tweet issued by the group, going by the name LulzSec, says "Hey @Sony, you know we're making off with a bunch of your internal stuff right now and you haven't even noticed? Slow and steady, guys."

Interesting. The highpoint of the hacks on PBS was a news story saying dead rapper Tupac Shakur was alive and well. In New Zealand.

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Here's hoping that instead of another round of PSN downtime and the theft of innocent user data, this one ends with Tupac hosting the next series of The Tester.

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Rapture Rising

Come on guys... this is beyond a joke now.

How do we even know if its even true... probably just a bunch of 14 year olds who want 5 seconds of fame.

I do think that websites shouldnt post this stuff, this is probably one of those situations where if you ignore them and they will probably go away, but typically with media outlets they can smell a juicy story.

Im not just criticising Kotaku, i am criticising all news websites.