Yes, the PlayStation Network (PSN) is down yet again after being unavailable to gamers on numerous occasions these past few months. Here are the details.
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The PlayStation Network (PSN) isn't working for many gamers around the world, including Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom. Affected services include multiplayer online games, video streaming apps like Netflix, PlayStation Music and the PlayStation Store. If your PlayStation 4 won't connect to the internet, here are the details you need to know.
There's been a lot of controversy in the last week over new terms of service for Sony's PlayStation Network which require customers to opt out of any option to participate in class action lawsuits against the company. Sounds nasty, but Tracey at Kotaku has confirmed the changes won't apply to Australian customers. Phew!
According to reports on Nyleveia.com, Eurogamer, and NeoGAF, Sony's PlayStation Network password reset system -- the one just put in place after the PSN hack -- has been compromised, allowing hackers to change a PSN password if they know your email and date of birth. Exactly the sort of information that was released in the original hack.
Sony hasn't been out of the headlines in recent weeks, with hacks into both the PlayStation Network (PSN) and its Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) net gaming platform. While the numbers involved are pretty small, they're a reminder that the convenience of paying for entertainment services with a credit card does come with some risks.
If you use your PlayStation 3 for just games, then you're really missing out. There's a heap of movies to download on-demand and catch-up TV shows available for streaming, straight to your PS3. All you need is a broadband internet connection.
There are hundreds of HD and SD movies available on demand from the PlayStation Video Store; including popular titles and new release blockbusters that you can either rent or buy - it's up to you.