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|3rd January 2015, 06:45||#1|
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Does Sony's PlayStation apology compensate for a lost holiday?
Sony's PlayStation Network was hit by a devastating denial-of-service attack over Christmas. Now that the gaming service is back online, should the company be offering players some sort of peace offering? If so, what's a reasonable gift in this scena...
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