The Digiday Vitriol-o-Meter: Sony hacks edition

by Brian Braiker
‘Twas the week before Christmas and all through the ‘net, not a creature wasn’t outraged — on that you can bet. With the Vitriol-o-Meter, Digiday takes a look back on the things that (justifiably or not) sent the Internet into a tizzy. The Sony email hack continues to provide all kinds of fodder for indignation, but there was still room this week for a certain New York City high school senior.Read the full article

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