"Broeksmit said it didn’t occur to him that the emails might be considered private. “I thought this stuff was all in the public domain,” he said. “I figured it was so easy to get it must be in the public domain by now. I don’t know where the line is that things become public domain. This is all so different and strange.”Sony Threatens Twitter Over Tweets Containing Stolen Emails | Re/code
He said he hasn’t sought any legal advice as yet. He first received the letter on Sunday. “It totally freaked me out,” he said. “It was a little scary at first and then I started talking to people who told me it was ridiculous.”"
Tuesday, December 23, 2014
Sony Threatens Twitter Over Tweets Containing Stolen Emails | Re/code
Sony puts yet another spotlight on its leak