It hasn’t been a good week for Sony Pictures Entertainment, especially for its upper management. Due to a serious hack, which may have been done months ago, intellectual property details and embarrassing emails have been leaked publicly.
Media outlets could be criticized for piling on and furthering the impact of the hack by publishing some of the more salacious details. If the hack didn’t involve A-list entertainment, and instead the Coca-Cola or Chevron hierarchy, would the intimate details be released? Maybe. Maybe not.
Here are some of the numerous story links about the hack that have flooded my inbox: