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Despite plans for a partial rollout of PSN last week, the PlayStation's online hub remains offline...
Sony has reiterated its previous statement that PSN will be fully operational by May 31st despite the fact that a partial rollout of the service failed to emerge over the weekend.
The company had planned to get a select number of PSN services back online by May 8th but, as of this morning, the service remains offline.
According to a Bloomberg report, Shigenori Yoshida, a Tokyo-based Sony spokesperson, has stated that the company still doesn't know when it'll be able to bring PSN services back online.
PSN has now been down since April 20th, making this the 20th successive day that customers have been unable to access the service. Sony claims to have evidence that hacking group, Anonymous is responsible for breaches to the service that led to its closure and compromised the personal information of over 100 million PSN users.
Anonymous has denied responsiblity, although both the group as a whole and individual members have conceded that rogue Anonymous hackers may have caused the PSN breaches.
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