WikiLeaks' Assange vs NYT's Keller: Role of US Press?

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WikiLeaks' Assange vs NYT's Keller: Role of US Press?
Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism - Berdahl Auditorium
Panel: WikiLeaks: The Fallout

Intro to the Shield Law vs. Wikileaks

Unplug WikiLeaks? Enact a Federal Shield Law Instead -- Commentary by Peter Scheer

Newswar Articles on Leaks -- History of Leaks

In "Dick Cheney's Memos from 30 Years Ago," Frontline Correspondent Lowell Bergman and Associate Producer Marlena Telvick report on government reaction to alleged leaks in a story detailing U.S. spy submarine missions in Soviet waters written by investigative journalist Seymour Hersh.

The 11 Questions

In "The 11 Questions," this justice department document outlines the questions considered when determining weather a leak investigation should be opened or not. The document was obtained by Frontline through the Freedom of Information Act request.

The Press and Subpoenas

In "The Press and Subpoenas: An Overview" Producer Marlena Telvick and Associate Producer Amy Rubin discuss the history behind subpoenas, why reporters are subpoenaed, and the guidelines used by the Justice Department on issuing media subpoenas.

WikiLeaks, Twitter and Free Speech

This article featured in the Washington Post examines what happens when WikiLeaks, free speech, and social networking come together. Was the posting of the documents free speech or a violation of national security? What can the government seize in the new world of social networking? These questions and more are examined in this article by Dana Hedgpeth.

Archive Director Tom Blanton Decries "Wikimania"

Congressional testimony calls for the overhaul of secrecy system and restraint on prosecutions

From George Washington to WikiLeaks

Mark Feldstein, an award-winning journalist and professor at the University of Maryland, chronicles the controversial careers of two iconic figures, former president Richard Nixon and the investigative reported he feared most -- Jack Anderson. With the astute analysis of a psychotherapist, Feldstein shows how the emotional and religious strengths, or flaws, of Nixon, the over-ambitious Quaker politician, and Anderson, the pious Mormon scribe, play out in a three-decade-long game to win over American public opinion.

The Cypherpunk Revolutionary

Robert Manne, Australia An essay into the life and background of Julian Assange

SXSW: Wikileaks: The Website that Changed the World

The 3-day Logan Symposium now in its 5th year, serves a number of key constituencies. Culling together a group of dedicated investigative reporters, academics, philanthropists, media experts and graduate students, the invite only event is an industry must. Once a humble commitment to host an annual lecture in the name of its benefactors, the Logan Symposium quickly rose in popularity as "one of the most influential events of its kind," according to the Seattle Times. Covered and attended by a veritable 'who's who' in investigative reporting, the conference dissects controversial topics in the field, hosts internationally renowned panelists, and examines key factors of change in investigative reporting.

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