More vindication for Howard for comparing the Sony hacks to 9/11: Obama this weekend said it wasn't an act of war, but cybervandalism. Sorta like 9/11 was plane and skyscraper vandalism: http://www.cnn.com/2014/12/21/polit...-war-but-cyber-vandalism/index.html?hpt=po_c1 And many cyber security experts deny the FBI's assessment of the hack being done by North Korea at all. The most prevalant theory seems to be an inside job with assistance with a Russian based hacker group with no terrorist or goverment ties: http://www.wired.com/2014/12/sony-north-korea-hack-experts-disagree/ http://www.latimes.com/business/hiltzik/la-fi-mh-these-experts-still-dont-buy-20141221-column.html http://marcrogers.org/2014/12/21/why-i-still-dont-think-its-likely-that-north-korea-hacked-sony/ So the fact that the government classifies this event an act of vandalism and there is good chance we will ultimately find out that North Korea was not involved nor were any terrorist organizations or foreign government just shows how Howard is just way ahead of the curve he truly is. The fact that Howard called this a serious act of terrorism where very few people or no people in position to make that assessment agrees with him just shows that the NY Daily News was just way off base for calling him an idiot. If and when we find out that this was an inside job and not an act of terrorism, I wonder how the Howard defenders will spin this as a victory for Howard.