Sony restores PlayStation network after cyber attack


Sony's PlayStation network will be fully restored in Japan today.

Sony has resumed services in all countries and regions since the system was shut down in April following cyber attacks and the theft of data from 100 million Sony customer accounts.

But so far, services have been brought back only partially in Japan, which accounts for less than 10% of PlayStation network.

The BBC's Puneet Pal Singh has more.

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