This Is One Way To Protect A Star Wars Script

  • In a day where leaks and breaches can cost studios millions of dollars, the screenplay for the most recent installment of the Star Wars saga was protected especially well.
  • To protect against hackers, writer and director Rian Johnson said that he wrote the screenplay on a dedicated, air-gapped MacBook Air.
  • To say a computer is "air-gapped" means that it has never been connected to the internet. 
  • The Last Jedi writer also said that he carried around the computer and used it for nothing except writing the script. He also kept the laptop inside a safe.

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