Internal emails hacked from Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) late last year have been released in database form by WikiLeaks. The document dump reveals frank discussions between the company’s in-house lawyers and outside counsel on everything from legal fees and conflict waivers to pitches for business.
The documents were stolen late last year by hackers that the U.S. government has linked to North Korea, but were not readily searchable online at the time. WikiLeaks—the hacktivist collective that made its name with the disclosure of 92,000 classified U.S. military documents in 2010—has now consolidated those files into a central and searchable database.
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