Sony is restoring its PlayStation Network in the US, Europe and parts of Asia after hackers stole customer data and sent services offline in April. The restoration includes the Tokyo-based company's Qriocity music services. Sony shut down the network after a massive security breach that affected more than 1 million online accounts.
Sony restoring its hacked network
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