Sony Corporation suffered a huge security breach in its video game online network with names, addresses and credit card numbers of 100 million PlayStation and PC game network users stolen by hackers. This week on the legal-affairs podcast Lawyer2Lawyer, we discuss the legal obligations of companies to protect consumer data and the rights of consumers when that data is compromised. Helping us do that are two guests:
- Justin Brookman, director of the Center for Democracy & Technology’s Project on Consumer Privacy in Washington, D.C.
- John H. Lacey, attorney with the McCormack Firm in Boston and author of Massachusetts Data Privacy Law Blog.
Listen to or download this week’s program at the Legal Talk Network.