Retailers' online photo sites still down after hacking incident

The online photo sites of several retailers, including Costco, Sam's Club and Rite Aid, are still inoperative after being taken down more than a week ago, following a presumed hacking incident. The sites are not expected to return until early August, thus missing much of the summer photo processing season. PNI Digital Media, owned by Staples and used by several retailers to manage photo sites, is investigating the possible data breach. It is not clear whether any customer information has been taken. Story

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