Net boffin: Kim didn’t hack Sony
TWO in three married Brits would turn a blind eye if their partner bonked a CELEBRITY. Only 39 per cent said a bunk-up with a famous person would automatically lead to divorce, while 61 per cent said they’d “allow or even encourage” an affair with a showbiz type. That’s according to research by website Illicitencounters.com, which also found Kim Kardashian topped the shagging wish list.
A spokesman said: “Many married couples take a flexible and pragmatic approach to fidelity.
“While an affair with their spouse’s best friend or a work colleague may be taboo, they would happily allow a fling with a famous actor or musician.
“Many marriages can withstand flings and a sizable minority of those we talked to actually thought an affair could make their marriage stronger.” NORTH Korea is NOT behind the embarrassing Sony Pictures hack – according to an anti-virus pioneer.
John McAfee claims to have been in contact with the real cyber attackers who ARE responsible for it.
The Scotland-born programmer andformer NASA worker, 69, also accused the FBI of cocking-up their recent investigation.
He said: “They are wrong in pointing the finger at North Korea.
“It has to do with a group of hackers – I will not name them – who are civil libertarians and who hate the confinement and the restrictions the music industry and the movie industry have placed on art.”
In December Sony bosses were left red-faced after a group calling themselves Guardians of Peace stole and published sensitive information and private emails.
It was thought the hack was instigated by Hollywood film The Interview, which pokes fun at North Korea and its leader, Kim Jong-un ( above). KIDS’ cartoon characters Tom and Jerry first appeared as Jasper and Jinks, in the 1940 film