Hill Weighs In On North Korea's Sony Hack

Feinstein Defends Sony; Rubio Points Fingers at President

Capitol Hill was quick to react Friday after the FBI concluded North Korea hacked into Sony's computers and stole massive amounts of data in an effort to get Sony to kill its film The Interview, about the assassination of its leader.

On CNN, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, was not pointing fingers at Sony, saying the country needs to find ways to respond to and stop such hacks.

She said it sounded to her like Sony had done its due diligence, including contacting the White House, and that she understood the company's concerns about liability.

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