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CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 19, 2014
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(Studio: John Berman) The exclusive CNN interview with Sony Pictures CEO Michael Lynton about the decision not to release their movie after the cyber attack by North Korea featured. [LYNTON@- defends the company's cyber security. but the malware was sophisticated so they stole our data; states there is a long history of satire, so we made the movie to be seen by the American public; cites the impact of the attack on the company; asserts the FBI's help has been spectacular; indicates we are exploring options about getting people to see this movie; recalls the support for Salmon Rushdie's book published at Penguin.]

(Studio: John Berman) More of the Lynton interview on "Sony Cyberterror" on Sunday noted.

Berman, John

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