Identity Theft Risk for Playstation Network Users

From the ABC News:

Australian users of the Sony PlayStation are being told to change their passwords or risk identity theft after hackers accessed the personal information of millions of customers.

Names, addresses, birth dates and other personal details of up to 77 million people may have been stolen.

You can read the full article here. In the article there is advice from the NSW Fraud Squad on steps to take if this affects you or someone you know.

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