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David A. Logan

A reporter’s privilege for Twitterers

By David A. Logan
September 26, 2009

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Every state (except Wyoming) provides journalists a privilege to refuse to identify confidential informants when subpoenaed, but with significant variance in scope and applicability. This privilege needs to be expanded to include some members of the electronic media. (Full article: 618 words)

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