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Sony films leak online in wake of hack

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The Sydney Morning Herald

Sony films leak online in wake of hack

Several of Sony Pictures' big upcoming movies have leaked and are being distributed online, in a development believed to be linked to last week's hack into the film studio's computer systems.

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