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  • Sony hit with lawsuit by former employees over email leaks

    Sony hit with lawsuit by former employees over email leaks
    The first legal salvo has been leveled against Sony Pictures Entertainment since the massive computer breach that exposed the personal information of thousands of current and former employees. Lawyers representing two former Sony Pictures employees...
  • Attackers win a round over Sony's 'Interview'

    Attackers win a round over Sony's 'Interview'
    If an anonymous group threatened in mid-December to harm bakeries without saying where, when or how, would every doughnut shop and cake vendor feel compelled to shut down through the holiday season? Of course not. Yet a threat by an anonymous group of...
  • Whose idea was the ill-conceived 'The Interview'?

    "AN EXALTATION OF CHRISTMAS ... A ROLLICK OF REVELERS ... A rooftop of reindeer ... A gobble of turkey dinners ... a deja gout of leftovers ... A banquet of wines ... A caper of kids ... A descent of relatives ... A rainbow of ribbons ... An excelsis of...
  • Greatest generation meet the new #Slacktivist generation

    WASHINGTON — I wanted to do something for my country during the holidays, so I went to the movies. I watched the Christmas Day opening of "The Interview," to show North Korea that I wasn't afraid of its threats to blow up theaters that screen...
  • More than a hack assault on Sony

    More than a hack assault on Sony
    At the outset, the hacking of internal company records at Sony Pictures Entertainment and the release of the candid and sometimes snarky internal communications of company executives seemed relatively harmless. Embarrassing for the execs, titillating...
  • 'The Interview,' 'Sex tape,' make Razzies shortlist

    'The Interview,' 'Sex tape,' make Razzies shortlist
    As the film business gears up to honor the best films of the year at the Academy Awards, the worst are getting recognized, too. The shortlist for the Razzies, which names the worst films of the year, has been obtained by awards site Gold Derby, listing...
  • Charles Lane: Paris massacre reminder of threats to democracy

    Suddenly, satire is the great issue of our time. Last month, North Korea's Stalinist dictatorship launched a cyberattack, accompanied by threats of physical violence, against the makers and distributors of a silly film that dared to violate the cult of...
  • Netflix says it wants to stream 'The Interview'

    Netflix says it wants to stream 'The Interview'
    The streaming service Netflix wants to make Sony's "The Interview" available to its 53 million worldwide subscribers, Netflix's chief content officer said on Wednesday. Ted Sarandos of Netflix would not comment on efforts to make that possible, however....
  • Can't Cower Before Tin-Pot Tyrant Kim Jong-Un

    Can't Cower Before Tin-Pot Tyrant Kim Jong-Un
    Kim Jong-un, North Korea's eccentric, tin-pot tyrant, apparently has more power than even he might have envisioned. He has demonstrated, so far, that he can reach beyond the walls of his imprisoned nation to shut down the release of an American movie...
  • Smart decision by Sony to drop 'The Interview'

    Smart decision by Sony to drop 'The Interview'
    The decision by Sony Pictures to cancel the Christmas Day opening of "The Interview," a raunchy comedy in which two American journalists try to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, has brought the company in for some hard knocks. Former House...
  • U.S. tries to tackle hackers behind Sony attack blamed on North Korea

    U.S. tries to tackle hackers behind Sony attack blamed on North Korea
    Washington made the woes of cyberattack victim Sony Pictures its own on Thursday as the White House acknowledged that the devastating strike against the big Hollywood studio was a matter of national security that would be met by a forceful government...