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Sony sorry over PS Network raid

Sunday, May 01, 2011 - 01:31

Sony executives apologise after hackers stole details from millions of user accounts of its PlayStation online video game network. Paul Chapman reports.

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This was an uncomfortable news conference in Tokyo to -- his second to come around. It's been cool to issue a public apology hackers stole personal details some 78 million user accounts of its online Padilla gave. Sunni vice president casts were arise the first executive at the Japanese electronics giant to deal with the issue. Use tunnel near us and when you. We deeply apologize for giving great amount to an -- -- inconvenience to our users were truly sorry ticket and stuff. The question now is whether that's enough to appease the -- PlayStation network uses. Many of them angered when it submerged the first warning city itself but one of the world's biggest Internet breaking news came a full week off treated shut -- the network. The revelation sick in several hours off the launch of Sony's first tablet computers. The delay in repeating the -- of information including names addresses and possibly credit cards. Soon he admits it has yet been able to assess the impacts the theft of its innings. But it says it will offer some free content you can sweet dude customers who might be thinking of.

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Sony sorry over PS Network raid

Sunday, May 01, 2011 - 01:31