Chicago Journalist Jamie Kalven’s Subpoena Battle Illustrates the Danger of Indirect Attacks on Press Freedom
In The Intercept, Chicago journalist Jamie Kalven reflects on his recent court battle to protect a source of his reporting, and what it illustrates about the state of press freedoms in the United States. Last year, Kalven, whose reporting … Read more »
Last Wednesday, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the “third party doctrine”—a legal theory that revokes Fourth Amendment protections from private information that’s held by a company—does not apply to cell phone users.
The decision is a breakthrough … Read more »