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Computers / Sony Hack Attack / Threats / North Korea / Lynton Interview (Part I) #1076215

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 19, 2014
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(Studio: John Berman) The reaction from President Obama to the decision by Sony Pictures to pull the film "The Interview" after the company's systems were hacked by North Koreans introduced. [OBAMA - says the corporation suffered damage, but made a mistake.]

(Studio: Fareed Zakaria) The exclusive CNN interview with Sony CEO Michael Lynton featured. [LYNTON@- denies making a mistake: reviews the sequence of events that stressed Sony, but a threat came out leading to the movie theaters saying they would not carry the movie; states we are considering our options; notes we did speak to White House advisers; comments on the threats that led to theaters balking; reviews the sequence of the problems with the North Koreans about the movie.]

Berman, John;
Zakaria, Fareed

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