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WikiLeaks creates archives of stolen Sony Emails.

How low are they willing to go? First they break into Sony Pictures email in protest over the release of the movie, The Interview . Now WikiLeaks Editor-in-chief Julian Assange is making thousands if emails, Sony documents and Email addresses available to the world. I guess it took them some time to archive all the thousands of stolen documents and now it is ready to viewed by the public. According to Assange, the archives will reveal the inner workings of the Sony corporation. He also says it is newsworthy and belongs in the public domain.

As a writer, even though I am totally against any breech of privacy, I had to take a look at the WikiLeaks website to see if this was indeed real and found all the information easily searchable. I really don't see the point of wading through all Sony's information but I am sure there are hundreds of reporters and news media, scrutinizing these documents for some newsworthy information. In the coming weeks we are bound to see more revelations from the Sony archives in the media.

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Soonerdad3 wrote on April 18, 2015, 8:53 PM

I am profoundly disgusted that Sony was subjected to this kind of breach of its private network and that private emails were released to the public. How would anyone of you feel if all of your private emails were released to the public and all of your secrets are out on the Internet? Julian Assange belongs in prison and the sooner the better.

allen0187 wrote on August 12, 2015, 1:19 AM

Assange and WikiLeaks is both a hero and a hell depending on who you ask. Personally, I think they took it too far with what they did with Sony.