Sony No.2 Hirai apologizes for massive data breach

By REUTERS
May 1, 2011 08:58

 
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TOKYO - Kazuo Hirai, the frontrunner to take over the top job at Sony Corp , apologized on Sunday for a security breach that allowed hackers to gain access to personal information on 77 million accounts for its PlayStation Network service.

"We apologize deeply for causing great unease and trouble to our users," Hirai said before he and other executives bowed deeply at a briefing in Tokyo.

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