Data theft hurts Sony's image

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Sony Corporation has warned that credit card data from PlayStation users around the world could have been stolen by hackers. The incident forced Sony to shut down its PlayStation Network for the past week, disconnecting 77 million users.

Frost & Sullivan's Satish Lele told the BBC's Asia Business Report that the company will have to work hard to regain consumer trust.

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