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Andrew Bergmann

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Why North Korea's attack should leave every company scared stiff CNNMoney.com

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By Peter Shadbolt, for CNN

Filed under: Innovation

The heart of the Internet has been hacked CNNMoney.com

The all-powerful but little-known organization that administers all global website domain names has been hacked. FULL STORY

Alanna Petroff

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Justin Bieber just lost 3.5 million Instagram followers CNNMoney.com

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Aaron Smith

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Hack attack identifies, locates ISIS' opponents, study says

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By Ben Brumfield, CNN

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Uber agrees to temporarily suspend service in Portland CNNMoney.com

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Katie Lobosco

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Activists plan to drop 'Interview' DVDs in North Korea CNNMoney.com

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Laurie Segall

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By Charlotte Lytton, for CNN

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Movies are the least of Sony's problems CNNMoney.com

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By Peter Shadbolt, for CNN

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Judge denies request to release Steve Jobs trial video CNNMoney.com

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Sophia Yan

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Reddit takes down Sony hack forum CNNMoney.com

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Russia iPhone prices have fallen 34% this year CNNMoney.com

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Heather Kelly

Sensors let Alzheimer's patients stay at home, safely
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