The mid-April data breach at Sony that exposed the personal data of over 77 million users of its PlayStation Network and Sony Online Entertainment network has prompted yet another class-action lawsuit–this time by three New York users of the game console. In their complaint, filed in the Southern District of California, plaintiffs allege Sony spent “lavishly” to protect its own data, while cutting costs and corners with respect to their customer’s data security. The 30-page complaint also alleges Sony did not encrypt customers’ personal data and laid off a substantial portion of its Sony Online Entertainment workforce just weeks before the breach.