Wikileaks, the Law and the Press

Friday, December 10, 2010


In the days since "Cablegate" became international news, there have been a number of suggested strategies to legally punish WikiLeaks and/or Julian Assange. But each would criminalize not only WikiLeaks but news organizations, like The New York Times, that published those leaks. University of Chicago law professor Geoffrey Stone talks about how the long arm of the law might punish the leaker and the press too.

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