Today, WikiLeaks published an analysis and google-styled search system of documents and emails from Sony Pictures Entertainment. “The Sony Archive” contains information involving the huge hacking scandal that occurred last year, which was sponsored by North Korea, as well as emails that exposes connections and agreements that were made between Sony and the U.S. Democratic party.
According to the mastermind behind WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, the release of this archive “shows the inner workings of an influential multinational corporation. It is newsworthy and at the centre of a geo-political conflict.”
Disclosing Sony’s secret ties with the White House and the huge influence they have on the laws and policies that are being made, Assange stated in the press release that this information “belongs to the public domain,” and ensured that it will remain on the site.
To snoop in on the Sony archive or read the full press release, click here.