Sony Relents, Commits To June 2nd U.S. Court Date Over PSN Hack.

  • May 29, 2011 12:48 am

Nearly a month into the PSN hack saga, Sony infamously snubbed a request by U.S. senators and congress to testify on behalf of millions of Americans affected by Sony’s data breach. “They were too busy investigating the hack”, Sony said. But things are finally winding down, the holes being patched (in theory), and Sony is now finding unused time on their hands; the company released a new statement confirming their attendance at a U.S. hearing on June 2nd.

The hearing is being spearheaded by the chairwoman of the House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade, Representative Mary Bono Mack. Sony will go over the ongoing efforts they’re employing across their digital landscape, focusing chiefly on new security measures to ensure a breach the magnitude of the great PSN hack of 2011 never happens again. Though we’re hoping to also get a name of the individual or group behind the PSN hack.

While we’re expecting a lot of rehashing of previous statements, we’ll pick through Sony’s responses in an effort to find anything new and newsworthy. Check back soon…

Via: Electronista


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