At Sony, ignoring a traditional business risk and industry best practice led to an IT catastrophe. It is unusual, except for a biography, for a Ôö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼├║├ö├Â┬úÔö£├®Ôö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼├║├ö├Â┬úÔö¼ÔòæÔö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼ÔòØ├ö├Â┬ú├ö├▓├ªlivingÔö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼├║├ö├Â┬úÔö£├®Ôö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼├║├ö├Â┬úÔö¼ÔòæÔö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼├║├ö├Â┬ú├ö├Â├ë person to be named in a film. Films usually have that disclaimer that says something like Ôö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼├║├ö├Â┬úÔö£├®Ôö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼├║├ö├Â┬úÔö¼ÔòæÔö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼ÔòØ├ö├Â┬ú├ö├▓├ªÔö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼├║├ö├Â┬úÔö£├®Ôö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼├║├ö├Â┬úÔö¼ÔòæÔö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼ÔòØ├ö├Â┬╝Ôö¼ÔòØany relation to any person living or dead is purely coincidental.Ôö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼├║├ö├Â┬úÔö£├®Ôö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼├║├ö├Â┬úÔö¼ÔòæÔö£├ÂÔö£├éÔö¼├║├ö├Â┬ú├ö├Â├ë The Sony CEO called the hack an IT matter, trying to downplay it. However, it seems like a business decision was made (or, overlooked - Yikes!) to do something out of norm with The Interview. Would the #GOP hack have happened if they had named a fictitious country and leader, no matter how close the characterization might be to North Korea? Why did the writer, producer, and Sony do that? Oops!