I’ve been reading a bit of both sides of the debate on whether or not Sony was right to pull The Interview. One side says that Sony should not give in to cyber-terrorists or the North Korean dictatorship. Another side (see here) says that Sony has justifiable reason for doing what it did, for Sony’s parent company is in Japan, which is closer to North Korea; plus, The Interview was pretty irresponsible, for it is about killing the North Korean leader.
I tend to side with the latter perspective. I think The Interview
went too far. Some may say that the movie is just kidding, but to kid
about killing a country’s leader? I just don’t understand how some
people can defend that.
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