Journalists have twin responsibilities: to their newspaper and to the public.
It is the latter duty that enables them to claim the right to keep secret their sources of information when official bodies would seek to uncover them.
The protection of journalistic sources is not a legal right established absolutely, though there are strong arguments that the law should recognise some protection, especially when no overriding public good can be served by the revelation of...
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