Obama used the Espionage Act to put a record number of reporters' sources in jail, and Trump could be even worse
Will the Trump administration use the Espionage Act to prosecute reporters?
How the Espionage Act morphed into a dangerous tool used to prosecute sources and threaten journalists
The Espionage Act is a draconian statute used to stifle press freedom for decades.
The Espionage Act is used to prosecute whistleblowers and threaten journalists. This is its history.
The Trump administration charged a news outlet's source under the draconian Espionage Act this week. Edward Snowden responds.
Trump allegedly urged Comey to imprison journalists who publish classified information. This is a grave threat to press freedom.
Any news organization can run a Twitter or Facebook ad targeting Trump administration employees for whistleblowing.
Journalist Evan Engel describes his arrest and night in jail for covering the inauguration protests in January.
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