This is a thoughtful account of how to balance privacy and freedom of the press. Much has been written on this topic, but Gajda’s book tackles contemporary dimensions of the issues, such as who counts as a “journalist” in these days of blogs and social media. Her positions are balanced rather than extreme. I agree with some of her claims and disagree with others, but at all times the book is intelligent and erudite. Gajda discusses some very interesting cases, and the book is quite engaging.
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