1. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has concluded that the North Korean government is responsible for the hack which prompted Sony Pictures to cancel the release of its upcoming comedy The Interview.
  2. "As a result of our investigation, and in close collaboration with other U.S. government departments and agencies, the FBI now has enough information to conclude that the North Korean government is responsible for these actions," wrote the FBI in a Dec. 19 press release. "While the need to protect sensitive sources and methods precludes us from sharing all of this information, our conclusion is based, in part, on the following..."
  3. The full text can be found here:
  4. Fear has been gripping some of Hollywood's major players in light of the cyber attack.

    Yet, when George Clooney and his agent Bryan Lourde created a petition asking the most powerful people in Hollywood to sign it, no one did.
  5. Several celebrities weighed in on this news via Twitter:
  6. Seth Meyers agrees that cancelling The Interview is an infringement on American free speech:
  7. Bring It On, Sony Hackers! - Late Night with Seth Meyers
  8. Georger RR Martin, author of Game of Thrones, has offered to screen The Interview in one of his very own cinemas. On his blog, called 'Not A Blog' he writes:
  9. "There are thousands of small independent theatres across the country, like my own, that would gladly screen THE INTERVIEW, regardless of the threats from North Korea, but instead of shifting the film to those venues, Sony has cancelled its scheduled Christmas rollout entirely."
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