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N Korea wants U.S. evidence of its role in Sony hacking

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I BET they DO; so they can figure out how to COVER IT UP better, NEXT time.

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N Korea wants U.S. evidence of its role in Sony hacking

Japan wants its kidnapped citizens back.

The US and the world want N. Korea to stop missile launches and nuclear production.

South Korea wants N. Korea to stop bombing and killing civilians on their islands and sinking their submarines.

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"You're breathing. That's all the evidence I need."

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Most people and most cyber security experts believe it was an inside job and not North Korea. I do not think North Korea has the technology for a successful cyber attack.

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It's just hard to think of some other entity/group/country that would want to defend NK's "honor"..this is why it is hard to believe it is anyone else.

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It's just hard to think of some other entity/group/country that would want to defend NK's "honor"..this is why it is hard to believe it is anyone else.

How do you know they actually wanted to defend Korea's honor, and that it wasn't a false flag operation meant to make you think it was someone defending N. Korea's honor?

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North Korea is again insisting it had nothing to do with the cyberattack on Sony Pictures and is urging the United States to provide evidence.

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Americsan people are waiting. I think American people and media who have been patiently waiting those days are seeking proof but not hohoring N Korea.

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Kent Mcgraw - Most people and most cyber security experts believe it was an inside job and not North Korea. I do not think North Korea has the technology for a successful cyber attack.

I wonder who these "most people" and "cyber security experts" are that suggested it was an inside job? Maybe they are being paid by N. Korea to drag red herrings across the electronic trail leading to N. Korea? Have they supported N. Korean "claims" in the past?

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Cui bono? Sony just made $30 million more than they probably would have over the holiday season had the hack not occurred, while all Pyongyang got was a great big bag of rehashed sanctions and new threats. What is the harm in showing them the proof? Unless there is none.

It's unlikely that Sony would shoot itself in the foot for this, so what's in the bigger picture?

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Look ar JT Entertainment board, It has an article about Sony releasing this film on /DVD packs.

Majing more money. No wonder some people suspects insider job.'

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It is very profitable to Sony. Now people who usually skip comedy movie on DVD packets will pick up in Walmart and other DVD sales stores 2 disx combo pack disc 1 Blue ray feature film + bonus disk 2 DVD feature film + bonus. Suckers paid for on-line release. Now SONY does not have to advertise like Ninja Turtle and other top sales of 2 disc packs. But I will wait iit will be televised on Sony's customer Cable channels. Sales of this kind pack is very big.

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It's so easy for any hacker worth her salt to masquerade as north Korea by hacking into their servers and using them to attack other countries...

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There are hackers for hire, very affordable.

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@lostrune2JAN. 16, 2015 - 07:34PM JST There are hackers for hire, very affordable

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Good luck for dreamers, Hackers know how to do business and they don't need emplouyers who are too stupid to do hacking by themselves.

If were not Obama and other allegations against N Korea, this commedy film would be on the storage by now. Sony made $$$ on online release. Now expecting a lot more on DVD and Blue Ray packet sales.

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