Pirated copies of two O'Reilly books on hacking, Hacking: The Next Generation and Inside Cyber Warfare: Mapping the Cyber Underworld were hosted on Sony's internal servers.
It's just one of the many juicy tidbits being mined from the Wikileaks-hosted archive of the massive dump of internal Sony documents allegedly masterminded by North Korea.
The irony is rich, as Sony has previously broken the law in its blind rage for revenge against copyright infringement.
Hacked Sony emails reveal that Sony had pirated books about hacking [Patrick Howell O'Neill/Daily Dot]
— Jeffrey Carr (@jeffreycarr) April 17, 2015