Sony backs down on 'The Interview,' how hackers hack eachother, kids' belief in Santa Claus

Sony has backed down on releasing 'The Interview' in the wake of the company's hack. Plus, how one company is able to go after hackers, and new research shows some children aren't as credulous as parents think when it comes to Santa Claus.
U.S. intelligence officials believe North Korea was centrally involved in the recent attack on Sony Pictures' computer network — possibly out of retribution for its film The Interview. Above, a security guard stands outside a theater during the film's premiere in Los Angeles last week.

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