Monday, December 15, 2014

Sony Hackers Offer to Withhold Stolen Data From Promised Leak | Re/code

Strange days indeed; also see Sony Pictures Demands That News Agencies Delete ‘Stolen’ Data (NYT) and Why Sony probably can’t stop the media from publishing details of the hack (The Washington Post)
"“Message to SPE Staffers,” reads the posting written in halting English. “We have a plan to release emails and privacy of the Sony Pictures employees. If you don’t want your privacy to be released, tell us your name and business title to take off your data.”

The message appeared on Pastebin and Friendpaste, two sites for sharing text files often favored for circulating information obtained in hacking attacks. It warned about a forthcoming disclosure that will contain more email correspondence of Sony Pictures employees."
Sony Hackers Offer to Withhold Stolen Data From Promised Leak | Re/code
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