The ‘Joe the Plumber’ Privacy Violation Story Gets Worse

913Spiny Norman
11/01/08 3:04:00 pm
re: #898 sngnsgt For once, I agree with them, but not for the same reason: Barry's auntie is of no consequence compared to the tens of millions he's collected from anonymous foreign donors. Maybe hundreds of millions. This should be ...

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McCarthy: The Los Angeles Times’s Strange Notion of Journalistic Ethics

556lazlohollyfeld
10/31/08 4:47:21 pm
The LA Times has shown complete disregard for national security in the past by publishing classified material leaked by CIA sources, a violation of the law and poor judgement. Now they take an ethical stand on making public a video ...

A Report from the LA Times Protest - Update: Times Says ‘Releasing the Video Might Put the Source in Jeopardy’

885guardian mom
10/31/08 9:24:36 am
In Gary Weitman's email to Mr. Smith, he refers to "information vital to the public". If the video of the fundraising event is indeed vital, then RELEASE IT TO THE PUBLIC. If it's NOT vital, then RELEASE IT TO THE ...