Sony PlayStation users affected by the major breach that the company suffered in 2011 continue to pursue their claims against the tech company. After the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California rejected the majority of their claims, the plaintiffs submitted an amended complaint. Last month, the court held once again that the threat of future harm to users affected by the breach was sufficient to establish Article III standing. Again, however, the majority dismissed most of the plaintiffs’ claims, and reaffirmed that certain of their negligence claims were barred by the "economic loss doctrine," which precludes negligence claims where the only loss alleged is economic rather than some physical harm, absent some "special relationship" between the parties.