18 December 2014

Report: North Korea Linked To Cyberterrorism Against Sony (video)

U.S. Links North Korea to Sony Hacking - NYTimes.com: "... Senior administration officials, who would not speak on the record about the intelligence findings, said the White House was still debating whether to publicly accuse North Korea of what amounts to a cyberterrorism campaign..."



Sony’s New York premiere of “The Interview” was canceled and the fourth-largest U.S. cinema chain won’t screen the film after threats of violence from the hackers behind a devastating cyberattack on the studio. Adallom President of Marketing Tal Klein and Bloomberg’s Lucas Shaw speak on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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Google Reveals 2014's Top Searches
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Engadget
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Wall Street Journal

Sprint to Face Record Fine Over Unauthorized Customer Charges
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USA TODAY

Report: Samsung Eyeing Apple Pay Competitor
PC Magazine
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CNET

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Forbes

Why Nintendo's Wii U Might Be The Best Console To Unwrap Christmas Morning
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