Hack attack

Robins, Jon
August 2005
Lawyer;8/1/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 30, p14
Trade Publication
Focuses on the disclosure of information case filed by the U.S. government against "New York Times" journalist Judith Miller. Attribution of the imprisonment of Miller due to her refusal to testify before the grand jury investigating the leak of an undercover CIA agent Valerie Plame; Claim of legal experts that journalist should have their rights in the First Amendment be honored; Claim of the Newspaper Association of America that many journalists have been subpoenaed or questioned by courts regarding their confidential sources; Highlights of the Plame expose by Miller; Citation of cases similar to that of Miller regarding the recognition of the freedom of speech.


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