By Kurt Nimmo
The Obama administration considers Sony’s inability to secure its computer network and allowing unknown hackers access to confidential information to be a serious breach of national security.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest did not say North Korea was responsible for the hack. Instead, the accusation was made Wednesday by an anonymous government official “who is not authorized to comment publicly.”
Earnest said U.S. national security leaders “would be mindful of the fact that we need a proportional response.” He was vague on what this meant.