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Sony still on the defense after hack, this time over NFL head trauma movie

Sony still on the defense after hack, this time over NFL head trauma movie

Sony Pictures Entertainment continues to find itself on the defensive, even nine months after the studio was attacked by hackers. The latest blow came Tuesday with a report that the company had altered a film about the head trauma debate in professional football. The New York Times used emails released after Nov. 24's cyber attack to make the case that Sony had edited the Will Smith movie “Concussion” to avoid protests from the National Football League. Among many emails cited by the newspaper was an August 2014 one from Dwight Caines, the president of domestic marketing at Sony, to top studio executives saying, “we’ll develop messaging with the help...

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