The board of directors of Sony are tired of apologising to customers over Internet theft.
"With a breach happening daily we know the auditors at Visa and MasterCard on a first name basis," joked technologies commentator Kentaro Moto.
To avoid further breaches, a multi-disc set of personal and subscriber information stored on the Internet is set to be released which will reduce the need for hackers to target their systems. The data will be untouched and unchanged from the Internet.
The list of companies include subscribers to Sony BMG (music), Sony Computer Entertainment (games), Sony Ericsson (phones), Sony Pictures (movies and TV), etc, etc.
The information is expected to be available on one Blu-ray disc or three DVDs. Sony will also supply Windows 7, Mac and Linux viewers to peruse the data as well as some free apps for your android smartphones.
Pricing will be announced at a later date.