North Korea denies responsibility for Sony cyber attack

By REUTERS
December 19, 2014 21:10

 
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North Korea had nothing to do with a devastating cyber attack against Sony Pictures , a North Korean UN diplomat said on Friday after the US government blamed Pyongyang for the incident.

"DPRK (North Korea) is not part of this," a North Korean diplomat told Reuters on condition of anonymity. He declined to comment further.

The FBI issued a statement on Friday saying North Korea was responsible for the cyberattack.

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