‫ Unreleased Sony movies leaked to file-sharing sites after hack

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Date: 2014-12-01
 
According to “CNet”, Sony Pictures Entertainment's security woes escalated this weekend when it was reported that a handful of the studio's recently produced films were released to file-sharing websites.
The pirated copies of five movies began showing up online just days after a security breach reportedly forced the film and TV arm of Japanese tech and media conglomerate Sony to shut down its network.
Four unreleased titles are among the movies leaked online, including a remake of the musical "Annie" and "Mr. Turner," both of which are due to be released next month, according to Variety. Other movies released include "Fury," a Brad Pitt World War II drama released last month, and "Still Alice," a Julianne Moore movie due to be released in January.
Sony could not immediately be reached for comment but told Variety it was working with law enforcement officials on an investigation of the theft.
"The theft of Sony Pictures Entertainment content is a criminal matter, and we are working closely with law enforcement to address it," a Sony spokeswoman told the entertainment industry news site.
Earlier this week, a hacking group calling itself #‫GOP claimed to have obtained Sony Pictures' internal data, including its "secrets," and said it would release the data to the public if its demands were not met, according to reports. It is unclear what the hacker group is demanding.

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