Hackers Stole Michael Jackson’s Song Catalog for $ 253 Million

Hackers Stole Michael Jackson's Song Catalog for $ 253 Million Hackers have stolen the Sony Music Corporation full discography of Michael Jackson, including his never previously unreleased recordings, worth 160 million pounds , more than 253.1 million dollars, reports the Daily Mail . 

Assumed that hackers have downloaded more than 50,000 files with recordings of songs, “King pop music. “ This robbery is described as the largest in the history of cyber-attacks on the record companies. Note that this was the second this year’s failure of safety systems Sony Music.

 In April, 2011 Hackers have stolen personal information to 77 million customers Sony PlayStation Network, including information on bank card users. The unfolding scandal has dealt a serious blow to the company’s reputation and cost it 106 million pounds , about $ 168 million payment penalties.

Via:  Daily Mail

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