Studio reeling from most recent dump of emails involving Steve Jobs biopic, Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy "The Interview"
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A 65-year-old business consultant could salvage a class-action lawsuit accusing Apple of deleting music of competing services from iPods
The emails disguised to look like delivery notifications or confirmation to track an online order are part of holiday phishing scams. Security experts are warning shoppers about a slew of scam emails that can infect computers and even steal personal information. Jan Crawford reports.
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Facebook is expanding their "graph search" function to iPhone users. It will soon be available on its app. CNET's Bridget Carey joins "CBSN" with more on how it works.