Playstation vendor Sony, recently shaken by a data leak involving millions of users' personal data, plans to reactivate some of its hacked online services in the near future. The same applies for the company's Qriocity music and movie services, according to a posting on the PlayStation blog on Sunday (1 May). Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Kazuo Hirai apologised for the incident at a press event in Tokyo.
"We're very sorry for causing troubles and worries to our customers," Hirai said at the press conference, making a long and deep bow - a deeply apologetic gesture in Japan. He promised that complimentary games will be made available to compensate all PSN users and premium PSN users and Qriocity subscribers would also receive thirty days of free service as part of the company's "Welcome Back" campaign. Hirai also asked all users to be prepared to change their password as part of the process of bringing the network back online.
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