+- WikiLeaks publishes The Sony Archives
Submitted by vivaoporto on Friday April 17, 2015 @09:39AM
"WikiLeaks published on its site a full, searchable archive of the data leaked during the high-profile hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment last year.
Some of its 30,287 documents from Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) and 173,132 emails highlights SPE inner works and thoughts on matters like the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, the case against Megaupload and the extradition of its founder Kim DotCom and the connections and alignments between Sony Pictures Entertainment and the US Democratic Party."
What surprises me is the similarity between both introductions not the completely different conclusion between both summaries. It is almost like there was an attempt to control the discussion of these leaks in the context of personal privacy (and of course it is an important part) but also burying the content of the leak itself and its political, social and economical implications.