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In North Korea, kids don’t even know the internet exists. So how did the country pull off the Sony hack?
So the FBI has now formally accused North Korea of being behind the gigantic cyber-attack that has brought Sony Pictures to its knees over the past month—culminating in Sony’s decision yesterday to pull