Anonymous issues new PSN video, denies action

By Patrick Garratt, Sunday, 24 April 2011 08:46 GMT

Hacktivist group Anonymous has released a video message to PSN users over the fact US and EU online PlayStation services have been down since Wednesday, denying it had any involvement. Sony has already said PSN was taken offline thanks to an “external intrusion” and is currently working on “rebuilding” the “system”.

You can watch the movie after the break.

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