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Grey Gargoyle

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Subj: Re: Even worse : how can anyone know if one of these 'leaked emails' is genuine or not. There is no proof ...
Posted: Mon Dec 22, 2014 at 11:41:21 am EST (Viewed 75 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Even worse : how can anyone know if one of these 'leaked emails' is genuine or not. There is no proof ...
Posted: Fri Dec 19, 2014 at 10:13:54 pm EST (Viewed 7 times)

    These are e-mails from executives in their work accounts. How is that NOT an official Sony policy? These are the people who make the policy!

Because the leaked emails are INTERNAL & CONFIDENTIAL.

If my employer has to apologize everytime a senior executive says something stupid in an email at work, then they would have to do it all the time.

Even if a CEO makes a comment in an internal email, it doesn't mean that he won't change his opinion after or that the opinion is supposed to be published as the official opinion of Sony.
It could be an informal exchange of opinions between two persons.

Let's suppose that I think that somebody is a moron and I write it in an email at work because, one week, I had to argue with the person and we agreed to disagree.
Let's suppose that, one week later, the same person helped me on something important and I changed my mind about him and I write it in a new email.
What is the official policy of my corporation ? The first mail or the second one ?

And if a Sony executive says that an actor isn't talented, it doesn't mean that the whole corporation has the same opinion.

On the contrary, if the opinion has real consequences (for example, somebody is fired, a movie project is stopped or a new director is hired), then yes, the emails have become the official policy.
Because it is no longer a simple comment in an email, it has become a fact.

A Sony business executive believes that Angelina Jolie is "out of her mind". It is only a comment, probably because the executive was angry when he/she said that.
Should it have had an impact on real life ?
If the email had never been leaked, it would have been nothing, certainly not a policy.

Sony apologizes not because they believe they did something wrong but because the crisis management team said that it was the only thing to do before trying something else.

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