Sony drops appeal against £250,000 ICO fine for PlayStation hack

Danny Palmer
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PS3 and PS4 manufacturer says it still disagrees with the fine, but won't continue to fight against it

Sony has dropped its appeal against the £250,000 fine handed out by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) following the PlayStation Network security breach in April 2011. The PSN attack saw hackers...

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