The revelations about the PSN data crack have many worried many about the extent of the data fraud and what PSN customers should do exactly. While Visa says that customers should be vigilant of any data fraud and that any victims of fraud will get their money back, one Kristopher Johns has already had enough.

Johns has filed a class action suit against Sony for not taking “reasonable care to protect, encrypt, and secure the private and sensitive data of its users.” He also argues that Sony took too long to inform its customers and thus did not allow them “to make an informed decision as to whether to change credit card numbers, close the exposed accounts, check their credit reports, or take other mitigating actions.”

Court: Cnet