In yet another story involving Sony, we now hear that they stole an idea from the gaming company, The Just Game Company. The Just Game Company came to Sony and met with their VP of Marketing, John Keller. The Just Game Company, being smart, asked John Keller to sign a confidentiality agreement. But it seems, it did not mean much to Keller. He told the Just Game Company that they loved their idea and would work with them to have it created. This would turn out to be untrue. Sony pushed back the launch of the game month after month, even though The Just Game Company reported they gave up other good business deals to honor their deal with Sony. At the start of 2015, Sony instead launched their own “stolen” game. Play Station Heroes was released, by the perepetraitors Sony, and was basically the same game as The Just Game Company worked with Sony on. They even went so far as to rip off The Just Game Company’s charitable ideals. You can see “PlayStation Heroes is your chance to support important charities like USO, Make-A-Wish® Foundation, and The V Foundation for Cancer Research by purchasing this month’s PlayStation Heroes theme”, on PlayStation’s internet site. Sounds good until you realize this was all The Just Game Company’s idea, one that Mr. Keller called “great thinking.” Apparently, Sony does not understand how a secret works.