The United States for the first time laid blame on a foreign government for a destructive cyberattack.
White House spokesman says the U.S. is weighing a “proportional” response to the cyberattack.
Hackers have said there would be wide-scale attacks and promised “a bitter fate” for the moviegoers.
Backers of the measure said it sets a precedent for legislative action on an executive branch program.
Some companies are letting users know they haven’t received federal requests for data, frustrating officials.
To fight the fallout after the release of e-mails, the movie studio has hired a top lawyer and crisis PR firm.
A range of companies filed briefs backing Microsoft’s effort to resist a warrant for data held overseas.
Documents shed new light on a pivotal moment in U.S. surveillance history.
But John Brennan, speaking publicly for the first time since the report’s release, also called some practices “abhorrent.”
A small Internet provider charges that the U.S. violated the Constitution in a national security case.