NEW YORK, N.Y. - Sony's hacking problems aren't over yet. Whistleblower site WikiLeaks on Thursday put hundreds of thousands
In a new interview, the movie studio's chief executive, Michael Lynton, compared the sensational hacking against Sony Pictures
Sony, along with a number of other major Hollywood studios and the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) have been desperately trying to force Google to block search results that enable Internet users to illegally download their protected material. They want to create a situation where Internet service providers can block access to whole websites in an effort to prevent piracy.
CEO Kazuo Hirai, who hasn't spoken about publicly about the hack before, opened a press event at the International CES trade
BlackBerrys are back in vogue — at least at Sony Pictures Entertainment. Executives dusted off the once-cutting edge smartphones
OTTAWA - Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird says the world is grappling with how to respond to a cyberattack crippling Sony
It wasn't immediately clear what caused the Internet stoppage in one of the least-wired and poorest countries in the world
Hollywood has forgotten that as much as copyright can be an engine of free expression, it may also be a vehicle for its suppression. Hollywood studios should recognize that the more power they have to ensure that their content can't be accessed without their consent, the more vulnerable they become to be targets of threat and extortion by those who do not like their content.
WASHINGTON - North Korea is experiencing widespread Internet outages. One expert says the country's online access is "totally
The proposal was seen by analysts as a typical ploy by the North to try to show that it is sincere, even though it knows