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Sony removes stolen data posted online

Sony said on Saturday it had removed off the Internet the personal details of 2,500 people that had been stolen by hackers and posted online. PlayStation Network restart delayed.Full story

Sony offers ID theft protection to customers

The massive data breach at Sony Corp.'s PlayStation Network has left accountholders worrying that their credit card information could fall into the wrong hands. Now the technology giant is hoping to ease concerns by offering free identity theft protection to affected customers. Full story

Sony freebies help soothe anger at data breach

Sony has won over some gamers by offering free access to its PlayStation Network to compensate for the leak of personal details on 78 million user accounts, but still has some way to go to regain the trust of consumers. Full story

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Nearly 80 million Playstation gamers could soon be victims of identity theft due to what could be the largest Internet security breach ever. Paul Hochman of Serious Fun Productions discusses.

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Sony executive vice president and Sony Computer Entertainment division president, Kazuo Hirai speaks at a press conference to apologize for the massive theft of personal data from users of the company's PlayStation Network and Qriocity online services, at the Sony headquarters in Tokyo on May 1, 201