“Do you need a quick story you can pull out of your butt to explain the Sony hack at a party or job interview?”
That’s the question asked by a new website, specially set up to help you write a news article about the hack of Sony Pictures or simply impress someone at a wine-and-cheese evening.
Let me introduce you to, the Sony hack attribution generator!
Everyone and their dog has a theory as to who is behind the Sony Pictures hack.
The White House believes it is North Korea, in an act of revenge over a dumb movie – which seems highly unlikely.
Others suspect a disgruntled ex-employee might be to blame.
But rather than come up with your own theory, you can just refresh the Sony hack attribution generator’s webpage and let it make one up for you.
Just please, don’t send the link for the attribution generator to the tabloid press – chances are that someone would be duped into reporting the material there as truthful.
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