Sony Pictures condemns Wikileaks’ release of hacked material

From the is-anyone-really-surprised dept.:

Saba Hamedy reports:

Months after Sony Pictures Entertainment suffered from a crippling cyberattack, troves of the studio’s leaked information has resurfaced on WikiLeaks.

The Julian Assange-run website, known for its massive release of classified U.S. military documents and diplomatic records, on Thursday published a searchable database called “The Sony Archives.”

It contains 30,287 documents from Sony Pictures and 173,132 emails, to and from, more than 2,200 Sony Pictures email addresses.

Read more on the Los Angeles Times.

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