After the biggest Internet security breach in history, Sony CEO Howard Stringer would like Playstation Network customers to know he’s sorry. "As a company we - and I - apologize for the inconvenience and concern caused by this attack," Stringer wrote on Sony’s PlayStation blog. The hack exposed the personal data of over 100 million accounts. Sony says the hacker slipped beneath its nose as it was fighting a separate attack from the hacking group Anonymous; however, Anonymous has denied involvement.
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