The North Korean regime tries to find the silver lining in a much-circulated satellite image.
The group hopes to negotiate talks with the North Korean government to resolve issues between the two countries.
Civil liberties group argues government claims are insufficient to withhold more than 2,100 images.
Comey calls hackers "sloppy," says they failed to mask their IP addresses.
In The Interview's latest chapter, a corrupt app will steal your bank details instead of downloading the film
Xbox Live services were restored on Friday and Sony's PlayStation late Saturday following the Christmas Eve hack.
"Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical forest," an unnamed spokesman for the commission said in a statement carried by the official KCNA news agency.
Seth Rogen surprised patrons by appearing at a sold-out 12:30 a.m. screening of the movie at a theater in Los Angeles where he briefly thanked fans for their support.
"We are a country that believes in free speech, and the right of artistic expression."
Sony has been backpedaling on its decision to cancel the movie's premiere for a week, suggesting it would find distribution in theaters or online.
After the release of the CIA torture report, the Obama administration says, images are worse than words.
For the first time, the Security Council will debate human rights in the secretive Communist state, but don't expect any action.
The president said he thought Sony made a mistake by canceling the release of the movie "The Interview."
Critics' thoughts, and a final scene from arguably the most famous film made about North Korea.
Yesterday, U.S. officials determined the North Korean government was "centrally involved" in the hack on Sony's systems.
Intelligence authorities have linked North Korea to the recent Sony Pictures hacking scandal.
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
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.'