Sony Pictures Sued Over Data Hack (Again)

Nearly 18 months after North Korean hackers gained access to a huge amount of data from Sony Pictures Entertainment, including emails, unreleased scripts, and full-length films, the creators of To Write Love on Her Arms are suing Sony over its failure to protect the film from piracy. They want $8.7 million in damages. Read More >>

The Sony Pictures Hack: An Employee Speaks

As the Sony Pictures hacks continue to escalate, we've been hearing from employees about the often overlooked toll on everyday workers. It's a confusing time; just yesterday the FBI said the attack would have beaten 90 per cent of companies, while Sony Pictures continues to deflect blame. Read More >>