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Tokyo – Sony (NYSE:¬†SNE) said on Monday that it plans to restore all PlayStation Network services in the Americas, Europe and Asia — excluding Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea — by the end of this week, following a malicious attack on the systems that exposed consumer data and cost the company at least $171 million to repair.

The company said it will also bring its PlayStation Store back online, and as well as its Qriocity streaming music service for select devices.

Qriocity video streaming, and music streaming to certain Sony devices, will be restored at a later time, Sony said, as will the services that remain offline in Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea.

 

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(PlayStation blog)

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