Friday, December 12, 2014


Unless it were of a sitting US President or any other leader in the Western world. The response then would be nothing short of a drone attack on Sony studios and a stint in Guantanamo for its executives.

Guardians of Peace claim responsibility for cyber-attack on studio for The Interview, which features a CIA plot to assassinate the North Korean leader

Hollywood studio Sony has been told to cancel the release of its “movie of terrorism” – a reference to the Kim Jong-un-baiting comedy The Interview – in amessage purporting to be from hackers who recently broke into the company’s systems and stole millions of dollars’ worth of sensitive data.

The post on GitHub claims to be from a group called Guardians of Peace, which has claimed responsibility for leaking into the public domain five forthcoming films, as well as salary details and social security numbers of famous actors. The post reads: “Stop immediately showing the movie of terrorism which can break the regional peace and cause the War.”