Saturday, 20 June 2015

WikiLeaks Published 276,000 Stolen Sony Documents

Whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has re papers by Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) put online late last year during a burglary at the company were stolen. It is the largest publication of stolen Sony documents so far. In April WikiLeaks launched the " Sony Archive ", containing over 30,000 documents and 173,000 e-mails. A few weeks later, in May, followed by a new publication round with thousands of stolen documents.

Now let WikiLeaks know that more than 276,000 stolen documents, Sony has put online. According to the whistleblower website the stolen emails and documents are newsworthy offering online archive a special glimpse into the workings of a large "mystery" multinational that would have ties to both the White House and the US military-industrial complex. After the online publication of the Sony Archive Sony responded furiously condemning WikiLeaks.

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