Sony admits that some personal data has indeed been obtained by the unknown hackers that caused the ongoing network outage. Among the more probable data stolen are names, addresses, and email addresses. It is unknown whether credit card information was also taken.
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After a devastating hack took down the Sony PlayStation Network, the company has shut down the network for an indefinite amount of time—but already, this is the longest shutdown on memory. It is still unknown whether credit card and other private data of the 75 million gamers who use the service was hoisted in the attack.
The social networking pinoneer is encouraging users to download their data before it closes its doors on May 31st.
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Sources: Kotaku, Yahoo News, TechCrunch, Mashable, PR Newswire
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