Sony Hacking Lawsuit Claims ID Theft Already Happening To Ex-Employees

Dominic Patten reports:

Thousands of dollars in unauthorized credit card charges, attempts to open accounts under their names, and personal data showing up all over the Internet are just a few of the claims that Michael Corona, Christina Mathis and others are making in court documents filed last week. The former Sony Pictures staff members are saying that some of the things they were most afraid of happening as a result of the massive hack that savaged the company late last year have already happened. The lawsuit comes less than a month after Sony failed in its attempt to get the consolidated case tossed.

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