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Was Sony Right to Cancel ‘The Interview’ After Receiving a Threat Against Theaters?

by / Friday, 19 December 2014 / News Category THE LEARNING NETWORK

Many in Hollywood expressed dismay that hackers could force a studio to cancel a movie. Does Sony’s decision threaten First Amendment freedoms?

Source:: Was Sony Right to Cancel ‘The Interview’ After Receiving a Threat Against Theaters?

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