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LAPD must safeguard press freedom during protests

As more controversial Israeli real estate events make their way to the city, Los Angeles police must allow journalists to cover protests freely and safely

Incarcerating the internet: Social media bans censor journalists in prison

They allow prison officials to avoid scrutiny under the guise of security. And the federal government wants to expand them.

Copyright and public records don’t mix

A new court decision using copyright law to deny release of public records from the Covenant School shooting investigation harms the public’s right to know

Don’t let prosecutors decide when journalism isn’t journalism

Legal attack on reporter Trevor Aaronson is the government’s latest attempt to seize the power to define journalism

What the AT&T breach means for source protection

We can learn a lot about how to get ahead of these problems.


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