Is source protection dead? Protecting journalists’ sources in a post-Snowden age [pdf]

Paper :: It was a major scoop by any standard, but the Edward Snowden revelations also sent a chill down the spines of journalists. They confirmed what many already suspected. The scope of mass surveillance and the extent of the authorities’ power is especially troubling for a profession that places uncompromising source protection above most, if not all, other professional virtues.

Read Carl Fridh Kleberg, www.lse.ac.uk