Jimmy Kimmel and other late-night hosts criticized President Trump after a report revealed his phone calls were sometimes intercepted by foreign spies.
Big entertainment companies have toughened the security of their computer networks. But often, their suppliers and collaborators are vulnerable.
A sophisticated and lucrative bot operation on the secondary market for tickets is coming under scrutiny from legislators.
Jack Johnson asked his Twitter followers to send him their passwords. And tens of thousands did.
To better protect scripts, casting decisions, budgets and other sensitive files, filmmakers are turning to new tools to thwart hackers and block prying eyes.
The studio, working with law enforcement agencies, has been exploring whether the hacking was related to one of Sony’s coming movies, “The Interview.”