A modest suggestion: Someone should go to court and ask Sony to provide a complete list of all 'stolen information' so that the public will know exactly what information can or cannot be posted on Twitter or other public media.
http://cryptome.org/2014/12/sony-twitter-latimes-14-1223.pdf On 12/23/2014 9:18 AM, doug wrote:
USG....:-) On 23/12/14 13:08, Shaun O'Connor wrote:will peruse that later....is there anyone NOT dissecting the Sony hacks? looks like SONY have got themselves a lot of publicity over this latest hack. now I'm just waiting to see if they will spin the hack to advantage to promote "the interview" using some twisted marketing logic.ATB Shaun On 23/12/2014 12:44, doug wrote:see url: http://gizmodo.com/why-sony-keeps-getting-hacked-1667259233 interesting article on previous Sony hacks. ATB Dougie.--*_PRIVACY IS A BASIC RIGHT - NOT A CONCESSION _* https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2014/11/when-time-comes-we-need-be-ready-fight-tpps-secret-anti-user-agenda