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Report: After Racist Email Reveal, Pascal Out as Sony Chair

Deadline is reporting that Sony Pictures Chief Amy Pascal is exiting the studio due to a “shakeup at the top.” The news comes as no surprise and just a couple months after a devastating hack revealed that the studio head

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Did NSA Surveillance Help Pin the Sony Hack on North Korea?

The Obama administration has officially linked the North Korean government to the Sony Pictures hack, perpetrated by a group calling itself the “Guardians of Peace” in retaliation for a film that mocks North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

'The Interview' makes over $15 million in online sales, pirated as much as paid for

‘The Interview’ Review: Seth Rogen Punishes North Korea and the Audience

Outside the context of the cyber-terrorist and terrorist-terrorist threats that almost killed it, “The Interview” is par for the Seth Rogen course: crude, cruder, sporadically funny, and ultimately not worth the 112 minute investment. Give Rogen credit, though, he didn’t

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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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Sony Agrees to Terms to Stream ‘The Interview’

CNN reported Wednesday morning that Youtube has tentatively agreed to stream The Interview for Sony, which will coincide with a limited theatrical release through a small number of American movie theaters.

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Studio Execs to George Clooney: Uhm, We Never Received Your Sony Petition

Although big names like Judd Apatow, Rob Lowe  and Aaron Sorkin loudly and publicly backed Sony Pictures and “The Interview” against the North Korean cyber-terrorists trying to tear the studio into pieces, George Clooney still puffed himself up as Hollywood’s