Forget the Gossip, These Are the Lessons of the Sony Hack

The real news is corporate America's vulnerability
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When considering the Sony Pictures megahack, try to focus not on producer Scott Rudin’s disdain for Angelina Jolie or studio head Amy Pascal’s racially offensive banter about President Obama’s imagined taste in movies. Instead, focus on the prescience of George Clooney, who on Sept. 5, 2014, typed into the subject line of a message to Pascal: “Knowing this e-mail is being hacked.” Sure enough, it was.

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