Apple And Other Corporate Players Shy Away From "The Interview" Controversy – ValueWalk Premium

Apple And Other Corporate Players Shy Away From "The Interview" Controversy

As corporate movie theater chains buckled to threats that showing the film "The Interview" would lead to violence comes news that other corporate interests are backing down, from Dish Network to Apple. Who is standing up for freedom of expression? In the U.S., it is independent small business.


The interview portrays Kim Jong-un's assassination
"The Interview," which portrays the assignation of a sitting head of state, North Korean leader

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