Corona v. Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc.
www.CyberattackSettlement.com

Overview of the Settlement

The Court has granted final approval of the Settlement. Timely submitted claims are being processed.

In the fall of 2014, Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. (“SPE”) was the victim of an unprecedented cyberattack. Following the cyberattack, the perpetrators released stolen SPE data on the Internet, some of which contained personally identifiable information concerning current and former employees of SPE and its subsidiaries and certain other individuals. Following the cyberattack, a lawsuit was brought on behalf of current and former corporate and production employees of SPE and its subsidiaries whose personally identifiable information was compromised as a result of the SPE Cyberattack. Plaintiffs claim that SPE did not adequately protect their personal information and that they were injured as a result of the SPE Cyberattack. SPE denies any wrongdoing, and no court or other entity has made any judgment or other determination of any wrongdoing or that the law has been violated.

If you were a current or former corporate or production employee of SPE or one of its subsidiaries as of November 24, 2014, you are a Settlement Class Member. If you were not a current or former corporate or production employee of SPE or one of its subsidiaries as of November 24, 2014, but you received direct notice about this Settlement by mail, SPE has identified you as someone whose Personally Identifiable Information was disclosed on the Internet as a result of the SPE Cyberattack, and you are a Settlement Class Member.

Cash Payments for Valid Claimants

The Settlement provides for reimbursement of certain losses Settlement Class Members may have suffered as a result of the SPE Cyberattack. To be eligible for that reimbursement, you must file a claim and meet certain other requirements. The deadline to file a Preventive Measures Claim has passed. The deadline to file an Identity Theft/Misuse Claim is December 31, 2017. Read on for information regarding eligibility requirements.

Identity Protection Services for Free

As part of the Settlement, SPE will also provide Settlement Class Members with certain identity protection services, free of charge, through AllClear ID (“AllClear”) and, for Settlement Class Members residing outside of the United States who do not have a U.S. Social Security Number, through IDT911. Free enrollment was required to receive most of these services. The deadline to enroll for free has passed.

Your legal rights are affected whether or not you respond. Please read the notice carefully.

YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS IN THIS SETTLEMENT
FILE A CLAIM This is the only way to receive a payment for a Preventive Measures Claim or an Identity Theft/Misuse Claim.

The deadline to file a Preventive Measures Claim has passed.

The deadline to file an Identity Theft/Misuse Claim is December 31, 2017.
DO NOTHING If you do nothing, you will not be eligible to receive any payment for a Preventive Measures Claim or Identity Theft/Misuse Claim, and you will give up your rights to sue SPE about the legal claims in this lawsuit. If you do nothing, you will get AllClear Secure coverage but you will not get AllClear PRO or IDT911 coverage unless you affirmatively enrolled (or, for Settlement Class Members residing in the United States, unless you reside in the United States and you previously enrolled in the AllClear PRO coverage offered by SPE following the SPE Cyberattack).

The deadline to enroll in AllClear PRO and IDT/911 for free has passed.
ASK TO BE EXCLUDED The deadline to exclude yourself has passed.
OBJECT OR COMMENT The deadline to object or comment has passed.

These rights and options – and the deadlines to exercise them – are explained in the notice.

The Court has granted final approval of the Settlement. Timely submitted claims are being processed.