Prosecuting journalists who covered Inauguration Day protests endangers press freedom and the First Amendment
Two journalists still face charges and potentially decades in prison for covering Inauguration Day protests in Washington D.C. The continued prosecution of Aaron Cantú and Alexei Wood for doing ...
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Statement on Jeff Sessions' disturbing press conference announcing a crackdown on leaks and journalism
An attack on leakers and whistleblowers is an attack on journalism itself.
Prosecuting sources is a direct threat to press freedom.
Comprehensively counting press freedom violations in the United States.
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.