Something can be said for Sony trying to keep the lid on some things, while they were dealing with the biggest ego and technological blow of their entire existence. In the early days of 2011, Sony suffered a breach when hackers got into their PlayStation Network and took it down for about a month. It seems that they were keeping their lips quiet about something else too.
A few weeks after the initial hack of PSN, it seems that they were hit again, but in their music division, according to the BBC. Sony confirmed that some unreleased Michael Jackson tracks had been taken in the hack. Sony hasn’t confirmed just how many of the tracks were taken, but you may remember that Sony paid $250 million for those unreleased track, which Sony has yet to recover.
“Everything Sony purchased from the Michael Jackson estate was compromised,” a source told
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