Net bof­fin: Kim didn’t hack Sony

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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 Il­lici­ten­coun­, 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

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