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Some Sony lessons: What a difference a hack makes

The Sony hack and the demise of "The Interview" have people howling about appeasement, corporate shenanigans and Kim Jong Un's private life. What will happen next? What should have happened already? And how will it ripple through Hollywood, Washington and even North Korea? Here are four...

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