It's been a few years now, but remember when PlayStation Network was hacked and down for weeks? Legal consequences for the digital compromise have been working through the courts, and Sony's proposed a settlement. It'll cost the company $15 million, which translates to free games and services.
Details on how to make your claim are coming later.
What you qualify for depends on your PSN status at the time, and if you participated in Sony's "Welcome Back" campaign when PSN returned, which also offered up a bunch of freebies. As for the games, it's currently Dead Nation, inFamous, LittleBigPlanet, Super Stardust HD, and rain on PS3. On PSP, it's LittleBigPlanet, ModNation Racers, Patapon 3 and Killzone Liberation. Other games will be named in the future.
Qriocity users who didn't have PSN accounts will be eligible for a free month of Music Unlimited, while Sony Online Entertainment users can receive up to $4.50 in Station Cash.
The packages have claim caps, which means you'll want to dive in ASAP. It's first-come, first-serve.
If you want some legal reading, the proposed settlement was uploaded by Polygon.