By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Sony said Tuesday it aims to fully restore its PlayStation Network, shut down after a massive security breach affecting over 100 million online accounts, by the end of May.
Sony Corp. said Tuesday that the credit card data of PlayStation users around the world may have been stolen in a hack that forced it to shut down its PlayStation Network for the past week, disconnecting 77 million user accounts.
He said Sony has not received any reports of illegal uses of stolen information, and the company is continuing its probe into the hacker attack.
Personal data, including credit card numbers, might have been stolen from another 77 million PlayStation accounts, said Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. spokesman Satoshi Fukuoka.