Security breach 'the most serious we have had reported to us,' says ICO
Sony has been fined £250,000 as a result of the PlayStation Network hack in April 2011.
After the PSN hack, in which millions of users’ personal data was compromised, the PSN was down for a month as Sony looked to plug the security holes in the online service.
Information such as addresses, credit card numbers and other personal details were thought to have been stolen by the hackers.
The fine has been handed down by the UK Information Commissioner's Office after it found Sony was in breach of the Data Protection Act, and the body's deputy commissioner David Smith said the hack was “the most serious breach we have had reported to us”.
He added that Sony had “let everybody down”, and said it was making no apologies for the penalty.
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