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The Sony Hackers Have Released an Unintentionally Hilarious Warning Letter

By Vivian Kane | Miscellaneous | December 8, 2014 |

By Vivian Kane | Miscellaneous | December 8, 2014 |

The group that hacked Sony last week, releasing troves of sensitive and sometimes hilarious material, is not giving up. Calling themselves “The Guardians of Peace” (whose identity is unknown, though North Korea continues to super pinky swear it’s not them), the group has now released a warning letter, which reads like one of our very own Disqus spambots got loose and went rogue with a MAJOR vengeance. This was sent to every one of Sony’s 6,500 employees.

Message to SONY We have already given our clear demand to the management team of SONY, however, they have refused to accept. It seems that you think everything will be well, if you find out the attacker, while no reacting to our demand. We are sending you our warning again. Do carry out our demand if you want to escape us. And, Stop immediately showing the movie of terrorism which can break the regional peace and cause the War! You, SONY & FBI, cannot find us. We are perfect as much. The destiny of SONY is totally up to the wise reaction & measure of SONY.
Guys, guys. “The movie of terrorism”? They’re referring, of course, to The Interview, and are definitely giving WAY too much legitimacy to a Rogen/Franco movie that is sure to be at least 70% pot and dick jokes. Probably some gay jokes thrown in there too. You’d think that would be something they could rise above, being “perfect as much” and all.

From WSJ via Uproxx.

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