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Can Sony Prevent the Media from Publishing Hacked Emails? Probably Not.

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Sony is desperately trying to put a lid on the embarrassing emails that were hacked recently (though most of the damage has probably been done). Through its lawyers, the company sent a letter to various media outlets telling them they are not allowed to publish any of the documents or information, including emails, stolen in the hack. The entertainment giant is threatening lawsuits if the media

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Should hacking of Jennifer Lawrence’s nude photos be considered a “sex crime”?

YOUR RIGHT OF THE DAY: You have the right to protection against hacking, which includes unauthorized access of your computer, other devices, or cloud based data. The people who hacked and posted JLaw’s nude photos did all kinds of wrong, both morally and legally. First, it seems pretty clear that by hacking into her iCloud account, they violated the above described federal

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