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The FBI confirmed today that the communist North Korea government was behind the hack attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment. President Obama said today that the U.S. would respond while claiming that Sony made a "mistake" in pulling the film. Major Garrett reports from the White House.
This is the first time the United States has accused a foreign government of a cyber attack against a corporation. National security correspondent David Martin reports on how the FBI was able to connect the dots back to North Korea.
A look at some of the evidence the FBI used to tie the cyberattack against Sony to the North Korean government
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