The Wall Street Journal recently reported Sony’s So-Net Entertainment subsidiary (a Japan based internet service provider) was hacked by intruders.  According to , the hackers stole $1,200 worth of virtual points from 128 accounts.  The hacker was able to access emails from 90 accounts, according the AP. 

So-Net learned of the data breach when its customers complained about problems with their accounts.  So-Net publicly announced to the WSJ that it did not believe this hack was related to the Sony PSP data breach.  So-Net does not believe the hackers stole personal identifying information (PII).

Do you believe you are a victim of identity theft?  Have you discovered unauthorized charges on your debit or credit card statement?  Have you discovered accounts on your credit report that you did not open?  Contact data security and identity theft protection lawyer Micah Adkins for a free consultation using the contact form below. 

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