Tuesday, 24 March 2015

The chill in relations between press and police - and when journalists went to jail to protect sources

I've done an article for InPublishing on the chill in relations between the press and police following Leveson, the arrests over allegations of hacking and paying public servants, plus the use of RIPA to access journalists' communications with their sources.

I also look back to a time when journalists went to prison rather than reveal their sources and were regarded as heroes by their peers. You can read it here.

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