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Sony Should Not Be Able to Tell Journalists What to Print


#1

Sony Should Not Be Able to Tell Journalists What to Print

Trevor Timm

Sony, which spent weeks holding itself out as a free speech martyr after North Korea allegedly hacked its emails, is now trying to do more damage to the spirit of the First Amendment than North Korea ever did. The corporation is using high-powered lawyers and lobbyists in an attempt to stifle the rights of media organizations to publish newsworthy information already in the public domain. Ironically, some of those emails include Sony and the MPAA’s attempts to censor the Internet on a much larger scale.


#3

The persons who revealed crimes by the US state and it's personnel received longer prison sentences than did the rapists torturers and murderers whose crimes were exposed.