Daily Beast: No, North Korea Didn’t Hack Sony

This article was originally written by Marc Rogers and posted at Daily Beast: So, “The Interview” is to be released after all. The news that the satirical movie—which revolves around a plot to murder Kim Jong-Un—will have a Christmas Day

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First Cyber War: Was the Sony Hack a Warm-Up for Bigger Things to Come?

The Sony Pictures hacking drama ended, at least for the moment, with the besieged studio deciding to authorize a limited release for “The Interview” after all. This came after a storm of criticism of Sony, and the U.S. government that failed to protect them, for caving in to the demands of a hacker group with, shall we say, very strong feelings about the impropriety of mocking North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

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Breitbart’s Nolte Defends Sony on Meet The Press

Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Breitbart’s  John Nolte defended Sony. “It is not up to Sony to fight the government,” Nolte said. “I think They kept their product viability. I don’t think it is a good precedent if you

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Sony Lawyer: Obama’s Response ‘Blamed The Victim’

Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” the attorney for Sony Pictures, David Boies, said President Obama is “blaming the victim” in  North Korea’s hacking attack on Sony. Boies said, “This is a state-sponsored criminal attack on a private corporation and

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Obama: Sony Hack Not an Act of War

Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union with Candy Crowley,” President Barack Obama said he did not think the Sony hack attack was an act of war by North Korea. Obama said, “No, I don’t think it was an act

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Pirro: Obama to Blame, Not Sony

On Saturday, Jeanine Pirro, host of the Fox News Channel’s “Justice with Judge Jeanine” argued that President Obama was to blame for the pulling of “The Interview,” not Sony. “Tonight America capitulates to a North American thug in a wuss

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Zuckerman: ‘Appropriate’ to Pull ‘The Interview’

US News and World Report Chairman and Editor-in-Chief and publisher of The New York Daily News, Mort Zuckerman declared that it was “appropriate” to pull “The Interview” from theaters due to threats of violence on Friday’s “McLaughlin Group.” “There is clearly

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Sean Penn: Distributor Boycott ‘Should Be Considered’

Actor Sean Penn argued that a boycott of the distributors of “The Interview” “should be considered” to support “free speech and free thinking” on Friday’s “Hardball” on MSNBC. “We have to realize that this is a genuine emergency, this is

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Obama’s Cowardly Hypocrisy on Sony

In his last press conference of 2014, President Barack Obama blamed Sony for pulling The Interview after hacking attacks and terror threats from North Korea. Yet not only did President Obama do and say nothing to defend Sony at the time, he

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Bolton: Those With Cyberattack Capability ‘Will Use It’

Former UN Ambassador John Bolton argued that those who have cyberattack capability “will use it” and that “the United States does not have adequate offensive cyberwarfare capabilities” on Thursday’s “On the Record” on the Fox News Channel. Bolton stated that

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Psaki Won’t Call Sony Hack ‘Cyberterrorism’

State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki declined to dub the hacking of Sony as “cyberterrorism” terming it a “cyberhack” and arguing that there isn’t any point in “putting new labels on it” on Thursday’s “The Lead” on CNN. She added, “I

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Sony Hack Reveals Hidden Silver Lining for Office Culture

The Sony Pictures hack, which the U.S. State Department believes originated from North Korea, caused both a personal crisis for its employees and a potential national security crisis for the United States. One effect of the hack on interpersonal communications within Sony represents a regression

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