Sony received far worse publicity than they received positively for this particular movie, which wasn't designed to create revenue and isn't even credited as a great movie -- there's been a lot of embarrassment over data that was released, and Sony will be a laughingstock for months if not years after this. Considering what a control freak Sony is as a company, and the loss of "face," this is not a path they would pursue.
Aside from the understanding that perhaps the FBI did not release all the "evidence" they have regarding North Korea's culpability here, this seems a fairly reasonable assessment from what information is pubicly available.
If this is the case, Sony comes off as even more stupid, dancing like brainless puppets at the end of the trollers' strings.
That is interesting but I think it is also arrogant for this person who wrote the article to think that they understand or know what all the evidence is. It is obvious that they are knowledgeable but it is pretty uncommon for for government intelligence agencies or the FBI to actually provide what they know related to an investigation.
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