Sony PlayStation Users' Info Compromised Again

Law360, New York (October 12, 2011, 12:57 PM EDT) -- Two Sony Corp. affiliates said Wednesday they had suspended 93,000 accounts on the PlayStation Network and other online services after detecting a large number of unauthorized sign-in attempts.

The announcement comes just months after a hacking attack compromised the personal data of 77 million Sony PlayStation users, including names, addresses, birth dates and, potentially, credit card and bank account information.

Sony Network Entertainment International LLC and Sony Online Entertainment said they had temporarily locked the accounts of 60,000 users on the PlayStation Network and the Sony...
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