Gamespot has reported that Sony has to answer questions to Congress tomorrow regarding the PSN outage.
Sony is still investigating on the matter as to who is responsible for the PSN attack which has been down for 13 days now and counting.
The New York Times has posted the questions that Sony must answer to Congress no later than the 6th of May.
Here are the questions proposed:
–“When did you become aware of the illegal and unauthorized intrusion?”
–“How did you become aware of the breach?”
–“What information was obtained by the unauthorized individual(s) as a result of this breach, and how did you ascertain this information?”
–“How many PlayStation Network account holders provided credit card information to Sony Computer Entertainment?”
–“Please explain why you do not believe credit card information was obtained and why you cannot determine if the data was in fact taken.”
Sony has stated it will be providing answers to the questions well in advance before the deadline. Now it is putting all its focus on the investigation and trying to get the PSN online again.Sony Has To Answer To Congress Regarding PSN Outage,