The Information Commissioner’s Office or ICO in the UK has fined SCE or Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Limited with an amount of US$395,775. This is due to the huge hacking of Sony’s PSN or PlayStation Network in 2011 that saw millions of leaked personal data from its users.
On Thursday, the ICO stated that the monetary penalty being implemented to Sony comes after the severe violation of the Data Protection Act.
Back at the time when the platform of PSN was hacked in April of 2011, it has compromised personal information from the millions of consumers who use it, which . . . → Read More: Sony to pay $395K for PlayStation hack in 2011