Last week, Sony Pictures belatedly salvaged a sliver of dignity from one of the most bizarre stories of recent months.
The entertainment industry multinational finally gave the go-ahead for its controversial new movie, The Interview, to be shown in some US cinemas on Christmas Day and beyond, despite the threat of violence from a group of hackers whom US authorities said were affiliated with North Korea.
Breaking abruptly with normal precedent in the film industry,...
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