Reminds Us Of A Classic Abba Song. Man, They Don't Write 'Em Like That Anymore.

She has filed a $1 billion (Canadian) lawsuit against Sony for the recent PlayStation Network data breach. That's about $1.04 billion USD [assuming we can use a currency converter correctly - Ed].

The suit was announced earlier this week by a Toronto law firm, with Sony Canada, Sony America and "other Sony entities" being named as the defendants. Maksimovic describes herself as an outraged life-long PlayStation fan.

“If you can’t trust a huge multi-national corporation like Sony to protect your private information, who can you trust?” asked Maksimovic in a statement. “It appears to me that Sony focuses more on protecting its games than its PlayStation users.”

Hey Natasha, what does that second statement even mean? No seriously, what are you trying to say here because we genuinely don't understand it? Also, in response to your first query, no you can't trust any company. Sorry Natasha, that's just the way it is.

The lawsuit proposes that the $1 billion should be used to cover the “costs of credit monitoring services and fraud insurance coverage for two years". It doesn't mention whether the sum would be used to cover the cost of the 1 million Canadian PlayStation Network users, or all 77 million PSN users worldwide.

Also, good luck with this Natasha. Sounds like you have a really strong case.