Crystal L. Cox, Whistleblower Media, Poking a Big of Fun at Big Media


Via Scoop.itExpose Corrupt Courts

“I believe the shield law would have been applied [in Washington state],” Johnson tells Seattle Weekly. “Oregon’s law was probably written before blogging was accounted for.” Skip north to Washington and the shield law reads in part like …so:  

 . . . no judicial, legislative, administrative, or other body with the power to issue a subpoena or other compulsory process may compel the news media to testify, produce, or otherwise disclose the identity of a source of any news or information or any information that would tend to identify the source where such source has a reasonable expectation of confidentiality. 

http://blogs.seattleweekly.com/dailyweekly/2011/12/unlike_oregon_bloggers_are_jou.php
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8 Responses to Crystal L. Cox, Whistleblower Media, Poking a Big of Fun at Big Media

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