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Comment: Re: First amendment? (Score 2) 250

by cheater512 (#48605525) Attached to: Sony Demands Press Destroy Leaked Documents

So you think the same about Snowden and Wikileaks?
There is a reason why it is protected.

If the news organisations posted the dump on their websites that probably wouldn't be morally justified, but if there were documents showing Sony trying to screw over consumers then that is definitely in the public interest.

Comment: Re:Is SONY breaking the law with this "defense"? (Score 5, Funny) 190

Of course it was ok for the guys to hack Sony.
Sony fired the first shots years ago.

If we are using second amendment as an analogy, then Sony has been breaking in to houses all around the world.
The hackers who screwed them up royally are just friendly neighbours helping defend the neighbourhood.

Power corrupts. And atomic power corrupts atomically.