Geez. A Sony spokesperson told Bloomberg recently that they expect the PlayStation Network servers and services to go online May 31st, which would mean since PSN went down on April 20th, and that it would take them six weeks in total to figure out that they’ve been hacked, invite high-level digital security firms to help with figuring that out, fixing and updating servers, writing several blog posts about how they’re sorry, finally decide to move their servers to “a safer location”, then hitting the “On” switch.
It’s a lot of work, but six weeks? Come on, Sony. Via: Bloomberg