I'm not a video game fanatic.  Never have been.  I still remember when Atari was new.   Good grief I'm getting old.  My son has all but mastered the world of the Play Station 3.  He's good at it.  I just don't have the patience for it.  Yesterday it was revealed that Sony's Play Station Network, where gamers can log on, buy credits, download games and so on, was hacked.  Millions of people have had their personal information exposed.  Why do I care?  My son could be one of those exposed.  So could your child or maybe you yourself.  I know that many of my friends have kids who are active on this.  Heck , I've got friends my own age (40 +) who are into it.  I don't get it, but hey, at least they're not out stealing hubcaps.  Do they still make hubcaps?  I'm obligated to care , I suppose.  So here I am, doing my civic duty and warning you that some jerk out there is once again trying to steal from you in a most cowardly fashion.  Here's the low-down from the Wall Street Journal.