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A poster advertising Sony Pictures movie "Fury," one of the films released in the Sony data breach, is displayed at a subway station in Seoul, South Korea. North Korea released a statement Sunday that relished a cyberattack on Sony Pictures. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

(Bloomberg) — Sony Pictures Entertainment security advisers believe the cyberattack on the company’s computer systems was the work of an organized group, Chief Executive Officer Michael Lynton said in an e-mail to his staff.

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