Sony responded that it "vehemently disagrees" with the assertion that the material belongs in the public domain
?Today, WikiLeaks published a new searchable archive containing the leaked email inboxes of top Sony executives. Disturbingly, it shows that months after the hack, we’ve still only just begun investigating the close ties between Sony and the US government. Show More Summary
Julian Assange says the documents are "newsworthy." His website has now put up the documents in a searchable format so that it "remains accessible to the public for years to come." read more
WikiLeaks has put the documents and emails obtained by hackers from Sony Pictures Entertainment in a searchable online database, the group announced on Thursday. All 173,132 emails and 30,287 documents stolen from the movie studio late last year are now available for anyone to search, browse and view, founder Julian Assange said in a press release. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — Sony's hacking problems aren't over yet. Whistleblower site WikiLeaks on Thursday put hundreds of thousands of emails and documents from last year's crippling cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment into a searchable online archive. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Sony Corp's Sony Pictures Entertainment objected to the online release by WikiLeaks on Thursday of more than 30,000 documents that were obtained by hackers in a massive cyber attack last year.
Last fall, a group of hackers infiltrated Sony Pictures' computer system and released years of company emails and private files. The U.S. government claimed that the North Korean government, upset over the impending release of James Franco and Seth Rogen's The Interview, was "centrally involved" in this plot. (The country has denied...
Remember when Sony Pictures got hacked and dribs and drabs of embarrassing emails were made public? Things are poised to get worse for Sony: WikiLeaks has published more than 170,000 emails and 30,000 other documents obtained in the hack, reports the Hollywood Reporter. They're all available via a...
Julian Assange may have been trapped in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for more than two years now, but that hasn’t kept Wikileaks from remaining very much current and connected with daily espionage events — notably the Sony hack that left the studio scrambling from bad PR and bruised megastar egos. Show More Summary
WikiLeaks has taken tens of thousands of documents and emails that were stolen during last year's Sony Pictures Entertainment hack and published them online to show "the inner workings of an influential multinational corporation."
The archive makes searchable hundreds of thousands of sensitive emails and documents released in the December cyberattack
Wikileaks today published the entirety of leaked content from the 2014 Sony Pictures Entertainment hack, which contains 30,000 documents and 170,000 emails between top executives and actors. Sony Pictures was hacked by a group which called itself Guardians of Peace in December 2014, leaking a series of messages that made headlines [...]
Whistleblower site WikiLeaks has put hundreds of thousands of emails and documents from last year's Sony hack into a searchable online archive.The website founded by Julian Assange says that its...
The website founded by Julian Assange says that its database includes more than 170,000 emails from Sony Pictures Entertainment and a subsidiary, plus more than 30,000 other documents. An unknown organization leaked the documents and other damaging information online, but not in an easily searchable database.
Hollywood is under fire yet again as the hacked Sony emails were published on WikiLeaks Thursday, RadarOnline.com has learned. Exactly 30,287 documents from Sony Pictures Entertainment and 173,132 emails related… READ ON
It was only a few months ago that one of Earth's most powerful corporations was laid low by a band of still-unidentified hackers. We pulled out the most interesting revelations, but maybe Sony's ridiculous legal threats spooked you away from sifting for yourself—now you can. Read more...
"Today, 16 April 2015, WikiLeaks publishes an analysis and search system for The Sony Archives: 30,287 documents from Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) and 173,132 emails, to and from more than 2,200 SPE email addresses…"
Months after Sony Pictures Entertainment suffered from a crippling cyberattack, troves of the studio's leaked information has resurfaced on WikiLeaks.
Assange: "It belongs in the public domain. WikiLeaks will ensure it stays there."
Late last year Sony Pictures Entertainment was hit with a devastating cyberattack. A group calling itself Guardians of Peace leaked data stolen from the company’s servers, this included emails from top executives, Hollywood hotshotsShow More Summary