Sony's Lawyer, David Boies, tells Chuck Todd that Sony is still looking for a way to distribute 'The Interview.'
A former Bush aide says that as bad as the Sony hack was, 'imagine if this was a financial institution.'
Chuck Todd's full interview with Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) on Cuba and the 2016 race
Sony's lawyer says it was their responsibility to be careful and that The Interview will be distributed.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio explains how he would have approached the Cuba engagement if he were President...
David Boies calls on the government to protect companies and the public from cyber-attacks.
Actor and former White House aide does not believe Sony’s hands were tied, believes movie should be released on demand.
John Nolte calls for safeguards to defend companies from threats and more from the panel.
The Florida Republican says the policy is misguided and does not hurt Castro regime.
The CNBC contributor says that it feels like the GOP is having informal public primaries.
From The Spanish American War to 2014 - a lot has changed in U.S.-Cuba Relations. Chuck Todd Explains
David Boies, the lawyer for Sony, says almost no one stood up for Sony as it struggled with whether to release The Interview.
Fmr. Director of Counterterrorism Center says that the U.S. is currently fighting cyber warfare.
Marco Rubio responds to tweets from Rand Paul as well as how Rubio views Jeb Bush as a contender in 2016.
Former South Korean ambassador calls for deterrence in the wake of the Sony scandal.
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