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The U.S. is officially pinning the epic Sony hack on North Korea.

And while our government is convinced that North Korea was “centrally involved,” it’s not clear yet how the White House will respond, according to the New York Times.

This latest news comes on the heels of yesterday’s events, which led to Sony canceling “The Interview’s” release. Sony has stated that it “has no further release plans” for the movie, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco in a plot to assassinate North Korea’s Kim Jong-un. That includes streaming it online.

Business Insider screened the film and posted a list of the the items that may just have set North Korea off.

In case you need a refresher on the goings-on, the Guardian gives this brilliant timeline (including the incredible picture of Angelina Jolie giving her icy staredown to Sony’s Amy Pascal) of the Sony hack events in entirety. We knew we loved something about those Brits.

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