There was no rest for
Sony Online Entertainment President John Smedley was aboard an
".@AmericanAir We have been receiving reports that @j_smedley's plane #362 from DFW to SAN has explosives on-board, please look into this," the tweet said.
Before Smedley's flight, the executive had been tweeting about a distributed denial of service attack -- where hackers hit a service with more Internet traffic than it can handle -- that brought down the PlayStation Network, on which gamers play with and against one another.
Sony said Monday the network was back online and apologized. According to the company, hackers did not break into the network and no data were stolen. In a 2011 attack on the Sony network, hackers exposed the information of about 77 million users.