A poster for the movie "The Interview" is taken down by a worker after being pulled from a display case at a Carmike Cinemas movie theater in Atlanta. (AP/David Goldman, File)
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The unprecedented hack of Sony Pictures, which a U.S. official says is linked to North Korea, may be the most damaging cyberattack ever inflicted on an American business. The fallout from the hack that exposed a trove of sensitive documents, and this week escalated to threats of terrorism, forced Sony to cancel the release of the North Korean spoof movie "The Interview". The movie features a pair of journalists played by James Franco and Seth Rogen, who are asked by the CIA to assassinate North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un. A besieged Sony Wednesday canceled the Christmas Day release of the film, citing threats of violence by the hackers and decisions by the largest multiplex chains in North America to pull screenings. How much the cyberattack will ultimately cost Sony is unclear.Others poked fun at Sony.
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