Almost a year ago, hackers seized the computer systems of Sony Pictures Entertainment, the Culver City movie studio behind the long-running "Spider-Man" series. Cyberterrorists -- the U.S. government blames North Korea -- wiped data from Sony servers, exposed the personal information of tens of thousands of people, and unveiled embarrassing emails between the likes of then-studio chief Amy Pascal and producer Scott Rudin. Much has taken place since the attack that tried to stop the release of "The Interview."
Here's our timeline of the events in the year since the hack:
Monday, Nov. 24