The hackers mounted threats against Sony over the planned Christmas  release of “The Interview”, which depicts a fictional CIA plot to assassinate  North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. Photo: AP
The hackers mounted threats against Sony over the planned Christmas  release of “The Interview”, which depicts a fictional CIA plot to assassinate  North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. Photo: AP
The hackers mounted threats against Sony over the planned Christmas release of “The Interview”, which depicts a fictional CIA plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. Photo: AP

Sony to pay up to $8 million to employees affected by massive cyberattack linked to studio’s release of 'The Interview'

The hackers mounted threats against Sony over the planned Christmas  release of “The Interview”, which depicts a fictional CIA plot to assassinate  North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. Photo: AP
The hackers mounted threats against Sony over the planned Christmas  release of “The Interview”, which depicts a fictional CIA plot to assassinate  North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. Photo: AP
The hackers mounted threats against Sony over the planned Christmas release of “The Interview”, which depicts a fictional CIA plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. Photo: AP
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