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Was The FBI Wrong About North Korea Being Behind The Sony Hacking? According To This Guy, Yes!

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Uh oh! This doesn't look too good!

Could the FBI have been wrong about North Korea's involvement in the Sony hacking?

That's what one cybersecurity firm is saying after launching their own independent investigation into the situation!

Kurt Stammberger, senior vice president at Norse the security firm, has come out saying that the findings they've dug up cast some serious doubts as to the evidence pointing to North Korea.

[ Related: See All The Theaters Showing The Interview HERE! ]

According to Kurt, Norse is "pretty confident" that it was NOT an attack masterminded by Kim Jong-un and it was actually

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Sony Threatens To Sue Twitter Over Leaks!

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The Sony hack is still rippling outward, the dominoes are still falling and people are still picking up the pieces.

In the latest attempt to plug the leak, Sony's high-profile lawyer David Boies has sent a letter to Twitter telling them to stop sharing hacked information.

[ Related: All Of North Korea Suffers Internet Outage! ]

Parts of the letter he sent said:

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The Entire Country Of North Korea Is Suffering An Internet Outage! Is This Part Of A Cyber Retaliation For The Interview??

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Is North Korea currently the target of a cyber attack?!

Kim Kardashian may not have been able to pull it off, but it sounds like someone actually managed to #BreakTheInternet!

Well, at least in North Korea!

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is without internet today as all four of their networks that connect to the web are completely offline.

The timing is a bit odd, to say the least, as it comes shortly after the country was tied to threats to attack any theater playing James Franco and Seth Rogen's film, The Interview.

[ Related: The FBI CONFIRMS The North Korean Government Was Behind The Sony Hack ]

While North Korea claims they

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Was Pulling The Interview From Theaters After Hacker Threats The Right Call? This Cyber Security Expert Calls It 'Mind-Boggling!'

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Sony has made an unprecedented move in canceling the release of The Interview.

Many are attacking the decision as a loss of ground in the war for free speech.

[ Related: Should Theaters Have Canceled The Release Of The Interview? Vote HERE! ]

We have to agree that giving in to the demands of terrorists sets a very dangerous precedent. Will our movies always have to meet the approved guidelines of those who would threaten violence?

Moreover, does this move make us even LESS safe??

Cyber security expert Peter W. Singer, author of ​Cybersecurity and Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know, believes that giving in to the threats was the worst decision possible.

Speaking to Vice, he said:

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Steve Carell Thriller Set In North Korea Canceled Too — Sony Hack Is To Blame!

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This is awful. The hackers are winning and there's nothing we can do to stop it (except, you know, not bending to their will!).

Sony Pictures has been hacked and all sorts of awful things have been happening from embarrassing email leaks to movie cancellations.

We previously mentioned they've pulled The Interview and don't plan to release it AT ALL anymore!

That's so ridiculous!!

Now there's another casualty: New Regency has scrapped an untitled thriller that was supposed to star Steve Carell!

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Sony Finally Gets A Win! Reddit Bans Links To Hacked Info!

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The Sony hack has revealed a lot: exciting info about potential movies, behind-the-scenes TV scandals, and the incredible rudeness of certain executives.

Unfortunately, the hackers also released confidential information about Sony employees, including social security numbers, health care records, and home addresses.

[ Related: Sony Pictures Hit By Former Employees With Lawsuit Over Data Breach! ]

Since then, Sony has been doing everything they can to keep the info secure.

And finally, they've scored at least one major victory.

Reddit has a longstanding policy of allowing users to post

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Taylor Swift Didn't Think People Would React To Her Pulling Her Music Off Spotify!

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Taylor Swift is possibly one of the best things ever.

So it was an extra sad day when Taylor decided to pull ALL her music from Spotify!!

It's all super sad and the digital music world has a hole in its heart but the craziest part of all this is how Taylor had no idea people would care so much! In The Hollywood Reporter's Rule Breakers 2014 issue, the pop rock queen said:

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