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Sony's Problems
#1
About one week ago, I read a news story on Thedrudgereport.com which said that Sony was having big problems because some hacker(s) have downloaded some of their films that have not yet been shown in movie theatres and Sony was very ticked off about that.

Then, a few days later, I saw a story that said TPB was raided and some of their equipment was seized and some of their people were charged and put in prison.

I don't know whether Sony is more ticked off about people D/L'ing their new films or their so-called confidential memos.

One of their memos was written by a producer who was very unhappy with Angelina and called her a "brat".

In any event, what do you all think about the way in which Sony reacted to that hacking?


http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/e...story.html
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#2
Wow! Sony is really going out on a limb here. Just take a look at this story:

http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Why-J...954450.php

I would just love to get my hands on one of those humanoids. I bet any one of them could be programmed to hack the shit out of any of their shitty films and wouldn't that be wonderful?

Very funny as well. Don't you think? Can you imagine if someone programmed one of their bots to do the hacking for them? It would be so funny that I would want to run right out and get one. It would be one of the funniest things that Sony has ever done.

Oh yes! Sayonara Sony. Goodbye! Goodbye! Goodbye! And please take your shitty movies with you.

Has anyone else seen Exodus? It was so shitty that I'm guessing one of Sony's Bots could well have been responsible for having decided how to create it. If that is true, then at least taking a dump would not be another one of Sony's problems.
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#3
Darn I missed the edit cut off time for my above post.

I wanted to add a title to read:

"Sony's Problems Continue With Their New Humanoid Robots".

According to the story I linked to above, Sony (and perhaps all of Japan) is betting their future on their new humanoid robots.

I sure would love to get one.
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#4
I hope Sony can release "The Interview" as a torrent. They did plan on flooding the Net with promos as per a TF article. From the teasers I've seen, the film seems quite daring.

Also: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2788710/boar...f_=tt_bd_6
Progress might have been all right once, but it has gone on too long -- Ogden Nash
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#5
(12-18-2014, 10:42 AM)radiobox Wrote: I hope Sony can release "The Interview" as a torrent. They did plan on flooding the Net with promos as per a TF article. From the teasers I've seen, the film seems quite daring.

Also: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2788710/boar...f_=tt_bd_6

See today's Drudge Report:

http://www.drudgereport.com

Oh dear! They had an article about the most recent developments in this story. But, it's been removed for some reason.

However, I'm certain that you will be able to find it if you search for it.

As I recall, they are withdrawing it. The hackers were identified as coming from North Korea. That is pretty scary stuff IMO.
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#6
(12-18-2014, 01:31 PM)AliShibaz Wrote: The hackers were identified as coming from North Korea. That is pretty scary stuff IMO.

It's scary if you believe the narrative of what you call 'the man.' My country had nothing to do with that. Down with sony, it was probably inside job for publicity/raise sony profile.
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#7
Am going to agree with Kim on this one.

From a news report. "NK has denied any involvement, but security experts in Washington say it is an open secret that Pyongyang was behind the attack". NK is being scapegoat for some reason. Am happy with Obama's response.
Progress might have been all right once, but it has gone on too long -- Ogden Nash
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#8
Eh don't know why you're even follow Sony's news crap... I hate Sony and the company.
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