Hackers Stole Disney's New Pirates of the Caribbean Film
Hackers Stole Disney's New Pirates of the Caribbean Film

Latest reports suggest that online pirates have pirated Disney’s latest Pirates of the Caribbean film. They are demanding too much for keeping the film off the Internet.

Hackers under consideration are asking for a huge amount of bitcoins (online currency) and then they will not release the film online before its debut. The presentation is scheduled for May 26.

The FBI is already helping Disney which is not going to pay the ransom.

Bob Iger, the CEO at Disney announced that the incident had happened to ABC employees at a town hall meeting in NY. However, he has not stated which film exactly have the pirates stolen.

We remind you that the Pirates of the Caribbean has earned Disney a lot staring since 2003. 

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