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- Greenwald v. Keller: What They Missed and Why It Matters
- DoJ Takes Conflicting Positions in Congress: Continues to Deny FOIA Fee Waivers to Independent Journalists
- Revisiting Smith v. Maryland, the Case that Allowed the Bulk Collection of America’s Phone Calls
- Fourth Circuit Orders Reporter to Testify as to Source of National Security Leaks
- Is Greenwald a Journalist and Does It Even Matter?
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by Matthew L. Schafer On Thursday and Friday of this week, Attorney General Eric Holder met with various news organizations after revelations surfaced about the DOJ’s aggressive investigations of national security leaks. During the investigations, the DOJ in one instance … Continue reading
by Matthew L. Schafer Major developments made the last six months of 2010 an exciting time to follow the ever-changing media landscape. From the passage of net neutrality to the Wikileaks’ saga to a call for defunding public media, 2010 … Continue reading
by Matthew L. Schafer On Tuesday Kevin Smith, president of the Society of Professional Journalists, wrote an open editorial advocating for the passage of a federal shield law that is currently sitting in the Senate. The House version of the … Continue reading