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Sony Hack Attack

FBI Fingers North Korea in Sony Hacking: Read Full Statement Here

North Korea had a direct hand in the hacking attack that flooded the internet with thousands of Sony Pictures documents and led to terrorist threats against movie theaters scheduled to show the Kim Jong-Un comedy “The Interview,” according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The FBI released a statement this morning (Dec. 19) that said “North Korea’s actions were intended to inflict significant harm on a U.S. business and suppress the right of American citizens to express themselves.” It continued:”Such acts of intimidation fall outside the bounds of acceptable state behavior.”...

North Korean Hacker Terror Threats Step Over the Line; US Must React

North Korean dictator Kim Jung-Un has raised the political stakes considerably with his country’s sponsorship of Sony’s hacker attack. As bad as that was, terrorist threats against movie theaters directly challenged the security of the United States. It can’t go unanswered. Sony was placed in a difficult position. It should have faced down the threat and defended freedom of expression. As difficult as that may have been, it was the best course to prevent future cyber attacks and threats of violence. Instead, it chose to stand on its wallet....