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  • Downing North Korea's Internet not much of a scalp

    If someone did just knock North Korea off the Internet for half a day, it wouldn't have taken much. With barely 1,000 Internet addresses, one Internet service provider and one connection to the outside world via China, North Korea's cyberlinks are...
  • Seth Rogen on 'The Interview' Release: 'Freedom Has Prevailed'

    After keeping mum while the saga of "The Interview" unfolded, Seth Rogen and James Franco took to Twitter to express their excitement that the film will indeed bow on select screens on Christmas day. Rogen, who co-directed, co-wrote and stars in the film...
  • Sony's decision to release 'Interview' is no tidy solution

    After mounting pressure from theater owners, celebrities and even the White House, Sony has decided to release "The Interview" on about 200 screens beginning Christmas Day, reversing an earlier plan to scrap the opening of the controversial comedy....
  • Stopping a cyber bully

    Stopping a cyber bully
    The suspected North Korean cyber attack on Sony Pictures computers this month has left the Obama administration scrambling to come up with a response to the massive data beach carried out against a multinational company by a foreign government. While no...
  • 'The Interview' to get Christmas Day showing in Poconos; also available online

    'The Interview' to get Christmas Day showing in Poconos; also available online
    Want to spend Christmas Day thumbing your nose at North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un by seeing "The Interview" in a theater? Just head to the Poconos. The controversial movie starring Seth Rogen and James Franco is only being shown in one theater within...
  • Sony hack highlights widespread vulnerability to cyber terrorism

    Forget the emails leaked by hackers that exposed, among other secrets, the childishness of Sony Pictures executives. Dispense with the finger-wagging at major theater chains for dropping commitments to show "The Interview" during the holiday season....
  • If guilty, North Korea must have amazed even itself with Sony hack

    If guilty, North Korea must have amazed even itself with Sony hack
    North Korea has discovered that not only is the pen mightier than the sword, but malware may be more powerful than its nuclear deterrent. For decades, North Korea's propaganda machine (dubbed by a colleague of mine, Aidan Foster-Carter, the Great...
  • Who's been naughty and nice in 2014

    It's not only Santa who makes lists and checks them twice. Editorial writers do too. Here's who's getting coal and who's getting candy from us in 2014. Nice: Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), for doggedly insisting on the release of the 499-page...
  • YouTube's release of 'The Interview' a chance to show off paid video chops

    Google Inc's decision to screen Sony Pictures' film "The Interview" may help legitimize its YouTube platform as a serious rival to paid video streaming services, Netflix and Amazon.com Inc. Sony Pictures made the controversial film available online on...
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  • Indie cinemas play leading role in Sony's 'Interview' comeback

    High-brow art house theaters and low-key college town cinemas became the unlikely stars of a Hollywood comeback by convincing the powerful Sony Pictures studio on Tuesday to let them screen "The Interview," the film shunned by the multiplexes and...