WikiLeaks releases 276,394 new documents from Sony hack
On Thursday, WikiLeaks released 276,394 new documents from the November 2014 hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment. The latest dump of Sony hack data by WikiLeaks has come a couple of months after the website's release of nearly 30,000 stolen emails and documents of Sony Pictures in April.
Though WikiLeaks has not divulged the source from which it has obtained the newly-leaked Sony Pictures' documents, it has - in a recent statement - made a reference to the so-called Yemen Cyber Army hacking group's latest electronic attack on the Saudi Foreign Ministry.
WikiLeaks has also said in a Twitter post released on Thursday that the new documents which it has released include "legal entanglements including an investigation for bribery."
In addition, WikiLeaks also said that the new cache of Sony Pictures documents is of public interest. Elaborating that aspect, WikiLeaks said that Sony Pictures is an influential corporation which can impact laws and policies because of its evident links to the White House. Moreover, the company also has with connections to the US military-industrial complex. Meanwhile, the previous cache of Sony Pictures' documents dumped online by WikiLeaks had exposed some disgraceful details of Sony operations which had left a number of top officials red-faced.
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