Thursday, 25 December 2014


Something to think about as you unwrap your new PlayStation this Xmas: Stefan Molyneux makes the case that the company over-invested in content and then failed to realize projected revenue streams due to data sharing and piracy, putting financial pressure on the company and leading to job cuts and moves to clamp down on data sharing and piracy. This antagonized both employees inside the company and hackers outside, who then combined to create a massive hack that the company's PR and a compliant FBI then blamed on North Korea.

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