‘We have to treat it like… incidents of crime in our country.’
The regime claims it has ‘already launched the toughest counteraction’
‘This was a nation-state attack on the United States…’
‘Imagine if producers and distributors and others start engaging in self-censorship’
North Korea hardest hit
Bureau ‘deeply concerned’ about the hack’s ‘destructive nature’
Got zero support for letter against ‘The Interview’ threats
‘They should pay a price five or ten times bigger than they did.’
Are you taking notes, Sony?
‘I assume he wouldn’t welcome Kim Jong un to the White House’
‘I may not be a politician, but it’s happening right now’
It’s complicated, and besides, any reaction could make it all worse. See?
‘I hesitate to put labels on what we believe occurred here’
Officials say Pyongyang was ‘centrally involved’ in the cyberattack
Terrorists may have stopped the movie, but they can’t stop the Internet
Almost half of all U.S. theaters drop film ahead of Dec. 25 debut
The creation of the website is an attempt to “satisfy growing interest” and curiosity in the remote nation
Email claiming to originate from hackers describes film as ‘dangerous’
You just can’t save people from themselves.
Kim Jong Un’s best friend says letter he wrote influenced the dictator