Sony may face global legal scrutiny over breach

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* U.S. lawyers focused on data breaches eye legal action * British government watchdog launches investigation * U.S. state attorneys general also discussing incident By Tom Hals and Leigh Jones WILMINGTON, Del./NEW YORK, April 27 (Reuters) - Sony Corp could face legal action across the globe after it belatedly revealed one of the biggest online data breaches ever. One U.S. class-action lawyer said he was considering filing a lawsuit on behalf of consumers as soon as this week, ...

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