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(CNN) - The cyber attack is crippling business at Sony Entertainment.
Aside from pulling the Dec. 25 film release amidst theater push-back, in the last two weeks, company stock has plunged more than 10 percent. Sony is also facing legal trouble. Two former employees filed a lawsuit saying the company failed to keep their personal information safe.
The deteriorating situation could have implications for the entire movie industry, not to mention national security.
Variety's senior editor Ted Johnson and former State Department official Jamie Metzl join "The Lead" to discuss the fallout.