Sony ducks House scrutiny after epic data breach

That moves Sony's deadline for a response up by three days. Bono Mack and ranking member Rep. G.K. ButterfieldGeorge (G.K.) Kenneth ButterfieldConyers resigns amid sexual misconduct allegations Government study shows lack of diversity in tech Black lawmakers give tech sector low marks amid Silicon Valley trip MORE (D-N.C.) wrote the company on Friday asking for details on the breach, including why it took Sony several days to notify consumers. 

Johnson added that Sony is cooperating and has agreed to provide lawmakers with the information.

Bono Mack is preparing legislation to enhance data privacy protections.