A FURTHER 25 million gamers have had their personal details stolen as a result of security breaches at Sony. As well as the Playstation Network, which has been down since 20 April, the company has now taken its Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) service offline. It said credit card details and other personal information have been taken from an outdated database. Last week, Sony admitted that the personal details of 77m Playstation users may have been stolen by hackers. Since the breach was revealed, shares in Sony have dropped by 4% amid calls for the companys CEO Howard Stringer to stand down over the crisis. In a message to its customers, Sony said: We had previously believed that SOE customer data had not been obtained in the cyber-attacks on the company. However, it added that on 1 May we concluded that SOE account information may have been stolen. Sony was quoted by the agencies as saying that the latest incident occurred on 16 and 17 April. BBC