Sunday, 19 April 2015

Sony Condemns WikiLeaks Due To Publish Stolen Data

Sony Pictures Entertainment has lashed out at WikiLeaks for publishing 170,000 emails and 30,000 documents were stolen from the company. This week published the WikiLeaks "Sony Archive" because the stolen data according to the whistleblower site are newsworthy.

Sony is thinking differently. "Despite the so-called commitment to freedom of expression, WikiLeaks rewards the behavior of a totalitarian regime that dissidents want silence and entities as Sony tries to discourage those trade secrets, confidential information and intellectual property protection are subject to their rights exercise, " says Sony lawyer David Boies.

According Boies, most media organizations refused to help the attackers with their extortion and plan attacks on Sony's employees, resources and freedom of expression. "Unfortunately WikiLeaks has chosen to deliberately and indiscriminately to download the stolen data from Sony, copying, indexing and use and others to use and help the access to it," Boies writes in a comment.

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