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    Sony hack renews cybersecurity push

    White House Economic Council Director Jeff Zients pointed fingers at Congress on Thursday for not acting fast enough on cybersecurity legislation, in the wake of news that North Korea was behind the Sony Entertainment cyberattack.

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U.S. prepares response to N. Korean cyberattack

Censorship by cyberterrorism has sparked a debate over an appropriate response. The Obama Administration is expected to take action by publicly blaming North Korea for the hack against Sony Pictures and laying out evidence in what it's calling a serious national security issue.

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Sony hackers send threat to moviegoers

The personal involvement of Sony's CEO in the controversial film "The Interview" has infuriated North Korea.

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Sydney hostage-taker leaves digital footprint

Social media offers a haunting look at the final days of the now dead Sydney hostage taker.

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How Netflix transformed television

Netflix had a great 2014, but increased competition could strain the company in the year to come.

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Creating rain on request?

One company claims it has a solution to California's drought -- providing "rain on request."

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Texas man invents storm shelter for pets

An inventor in Texas says he's figured out a way to keep pets safe in the event of severe weather.

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