While leaked episodes and scripts are a monumental concern for HBO executives, I can't help but wonder how employees feel with human resource records potentially exposed.
And what about that HBO streaming service. Any data privacy concerns we should be worried about? I guess I'll keep tuning in to find out.
Meanwhile, I'll watch my beloved show on HBO without spoilers and hacked copies, thank you.
Much remains unclear about how much information was obtained in the cyberattack, which can be difficult to determine, said one of the people familiar with the breach. The person said the stolen content included a few show episodes, scripts and internal documents, like human resources records. There is no evidence yet that any episodes of “Game of Thrones” have been stolen, which would be a significant blow to the network. “Game of Thrones,” currently in its penultimate season, is the most popular show in HBO’s history and has long been a target of digital piracy. There are four highly anticipated episodes left in the season.