By: Quentin Fottrell; December 11, 2014 (Featured in MarketWatch)
You don’t need to offend North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for your work emails to go public.
Sony Pictures, which is slated to release “The Interview,” a movie in which Seth Rogen and James Franco play celebrity journalists who try to assassinate North Korea’s leader, had its email hacked. The hack, which is causing embarrassment for senior executives and some inadvertent publicity for the upcoming movie, highlights some corporate dysfunction, and reminds us all to think twice about what we write in email — especially at work…
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