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October 20th, 2013
12:23 PM ET

Whistleblowers and the media

Joel Brenner, Lucy Dalglish and David Folkenflik discuss finding the right balance between having a free press and protecting national security.

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  4. jtbv

    Although I really endorse some of the leaks about human rights violations, I think whistleblowers should leak documents more discriminately. The public does not have the right to know EVERYTHING.

    Wikileaks showing us the infamous apache clip was great for example, however I believe the leaking of the diplomatic cables by Bradley Manning can be a danger to diplomacy and peace.

    If you're interested:
    I elaborate on this in my blogpost called "bradley manning promotes war"
    On my website http://www.lawandgeopolitics.com

    October 23, 2013 at 3:50 am | Reply

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