Carter Wood of the National Association of Manufacturers has an important warning about the damage that can be done by a poorly designed “media shield” law. It’s one thing for media to protect sources in the public interest, quite another for bloggers or others to protect “sources” who provide access to intellectual property/trade secrets. Read his excellent column for a fuller explanation.
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