The Information Commissioners Office is a UK based independent authority and they’re around to uphold information rights for the public. ICO revealed to the press today that if a breach was found, then one of the agreements between them and the company at hand is to issue an undertaking. Sony has a certain window of time to act, by responding, clarifying, and fixing the problem. The longer it takes them to do so, the larger the fine will be. How much is £500,000? It’s “only” $800,000 which Sony can definitely handle, but no one desires to lose money. Here’s hoping they solve their PSN woes soon. For more information on the ICO release, visit BBC.co.uk.