Freedom, you were a nice idea, but anonymous hackers with a strange fondness for North Korea don’t like you. So I guess you’ll have to go.
After a single random online threat from an anonymous source the Department of Homeland Security finds not particularly credible — a source that, for all we know, could be a group of basement-dwelling pranksters trying to sound like North Koreans — Sony pulled “The Interview.”
If someone purporting to be from the KKK calls the Weinstein Co. to order it to pull “Django Unchained” from any further distribution, will Harvey say, “Of course. We wouldn’t want to offend you nice people”? Can the American Nazi party stop Universal Pictures from airing “The Blues Brothers” on TV by issuing an especially forceful tweet?
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Kyle Smith is a critic and columnist for the New York Post.