Sony Pictures is demanding that news agencies delete data stolen from the company during a recent hack attack.
FOX News Radio's Bill Vitka reports:
Sony Pictures is warning news organizations not to use any of the information that hackers have leaked about the studio. Their attorney -- David Boies -- called the documents "stolen information" and demands they be ignored or destroyed.
The push back follows a flood of damaging reports about salaries, business negotiations, employee health records and email conversations about movie stars and filmmakers.
Even as an eighth batch of Sony files have now been made-public, which include the strategy for releasing "The Interview," the film about the assassination the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
Bill Vitka, FOX News Radio.