If you were on the lookout for leaked Sony Pictures Entertainment emails then you are in luck as popular site WikiLeaks has just added a number of them to its searchable database.
The announcements were made by WikiLeaks on Thursday via its Twitter account.
The new report by WikiLeaks comes just weeks after it had announced that since the cyber attack incident it had published 30,287 documents 173,132 emails which was as result of the cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment last winter.
In a statement that was released on 16th April, Julian Assange, WikiLeaks editor-in-chief, said that the information that was released was news worthy adding that, “It belongs in the public domain. WikiLeaks will ensure it stays there.”
It Is believed that last winter’s cyber attack o Sony pictures Entertainment was initiated by North Korea who was responding to a decision by Sony to air a controversial film dubbed “The Interview”. The film was centered on the assassination of North Korea 's leader Kim Jong-un. Following the cyber attack, embarrassing correspondence between the company’s top executives and producers were revealed and as a result Amy Pascal, who was at that the studio’s chief was ousted and replaced by Tom Rothman, a former TriStar Chief.
In a statement released on 16th April, Sony strongly opposed the release of the said material: “We vehemently disagree with WikiLeaks’ assertion that this material belongs in the public domain and will continue to fight for the safety, security and privacy of our company and its more than 6,000 employees.”