The group of cyberterrorists behind the recent Sony hacks threatened attacks on moviegoers if theaters screened 'The Interview.'
A human rights group has said it wants to float the controversy-causing comedy to Pyongyang
Sony sent a letter to media outlets saying they will be held responsible for losses stemming from the publication of its stolen data.
An article in the state KCNA news agency said North Korea had "called on the world" to defend it from a forthcoming Sony Pictures Entertainment comedy, 'The Interview.'
State-sponsored hackers are reportedly working in the secretive 'Bureau 121'
Files leaked include executives' salaries and a script from the Breaking Bad creator
The technology company has been a FIFA sponsor for 10 years and even put the PlayStation logo on the field during previous World Cups.
Five Sony Pictures films were leaked onto file-sharing sites by hackers last week.
The PlayStation Network was back online on Monday following a cyber attack that took it down over the weekend
Sony takes dead aim at "enthusiasts" who eschew the entry-level snapshooters