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Sony Hackers Have Officially Approved Of The Cancellation Of The Interview! But Now They Have MORE Demands!

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There is a debate raging on whether Sony was right to drop The Interview after the threat of terrorist attacks.

Well now we know how the hackers, thought to be a North Korean group calling themselves the Guardians Of Peace, feel about it.

[ Related: The Interview Writer Speaks Out On Free Speech! ]

They sent Sony another message sharing their pleasure at the film's cancellation!

According to CNN, the new email message reads:

"It is very wise that you have made a decision to cancel the release of the interview. It'll be very useful for you.

We still have you sensitive and private data. We ensure the security of your data, unless you make additional trouble."

What do they mean by additional trouble?

As some predicted, the terrorists are now making more demands, specifically trying to block The Interview from ever seeing the light of day:

"Now we want you never let the movie released, distributed or leaked in any form of, for instance, DVD or piracy.

And we want everything related to the movie, including its trailers, as well as its full version down from any website hosting them immediately."

Sadly, it sounds like they want us to know this cyber attack is not yet over.

But is it too late to stand up to these terrorist demands?

[Image via Sony Pictures.]

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6 comments to “Sony Hackers Have Officially Approved Of The Cancellation Of The Interview! But Now They Have MORE Demands!”



  1. 1

    They should have never ever pulled this movie. Now all of our movies will be censored. It was a f-ing comedy anyway!! Hardly a documentary showing an inside scoop of N. Korea. Sony is so stupid to give in. Now hackers have a major incentive.



  2. 2

    Well they deff. sound Asian to me

  3. soundslikebs says – reply to this


    3

    Sounds like a marketing scheme to me. How interesting it is that this all follows the theme of the movie. Make all this hype about a crappy movie so people will want to watch it to see what all the hub-bub is about.

  4. D says – reply to this


    4

    So… If the United states does not negotiate with terrorists as a general rule when it comes to human prisoners or hostages… But we do negotiate when if comes to the possible financial ruin of a major production company, are we inadvertently confirming that corporations and profits are in fact more important and worth negotiating over, rather than human life is? It's bad enough that corporations are considered people for tax and financial purposes… But now we are saying that they are MORE IMPORTANT than people. It's disgusting.

  5. m says – reply to this


    5

    release the film and everyone go see it to make it the top grossing movie of all time. you dont give in to terrorist demands!

  6. so tired of being here says – reply to this


    6

    Re: D – Finally, someone who seems to see above the fray.