“If I only knew then what I know now … I would have smothered your ass with a pillow. Dumped your body in the back seat. Dropped you off in Toad Creek and made it look like a rape and murder.” The person who made those comments online insists that they were never intended to be taken seriously, and that for him, such diatribes are therapeutic. Next week, the Supreme Court will consider where we draw the line when it comes to digital discourse. From NYT Magazine’s Emily Bazelon: Do Online Death Threats Count as Free Speech?