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The Sony leak has been an embarrassing invasion of privacy for many people. And it's bizarrely fascinating to watch, like a trainwreck in slow motion. Because of leaked emails, we learned that everyone hates Adam Sandler, film executives agonized over the ending of the new Bond film, and no male executive can confidently watch Shame.
Many people immediately suspected North Korea for the leak. Why? Because Sony was releasing The Interview, a comedy film about an attempt to assassinate Kim Jong-un. But that seemed like a bit of a stretch; even the FBI, which was investigating the leak, considered the North Korea connection to be unlikely. But now, the film has been canceled, and the FBI has confirmed that North Korea was centrally involved in the hacks.
How is the U.S. supposed to respond to this? Maybe by just destroying the country's Internet altogether?