Sony has shut down a website that was designed to help those affected by last month's data breaches, Reuters reports. The announcement came after Sony found a "security hole"--potentially allowing hackers to access users' accounts by using personal information stolen during the original breaches. The news comes after U.S. lawmakers wrote a letter to the company questioning the breach incidents and response. One expert said, "The Sony network in general still isn't secure and still has security issues that could be exploited by hackers." A Sony spokesman said the issue has been fixed, and the site will be back up soon.
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