Sony Pictures Hack Unravels Mortifying Evidence of the Studio's Insecurities

December 5, 2014 8:54 PM

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The devastating Sony Pictures data breach is the nightmare that keeps on going. Yesterday, North Korean officials publicly washed their hands of complicity in the hack, which has now unveiled yet another mortifying piece of deeply private studio intel. By now the studio has hemorrhaged everything from the social security numbers of some 47,000 employees to the gender-imbalanced annual salaries of 17 top executives.

An unencrypted text document litany of internal workplace complains has now come to the fore. Gawker has rounded up highlights, if you can call them that, from a newly leaked document indicating that, as Indiewire Editor-in-Chief Dana Harris puts it, "Even the studio doesn’t like the movies they’re ...

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