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Can journalists protect sources in the digital age?

By Fabien Jannic-Cherbonnel

How can reportets protect their sources in the digital age? The internet and smartphones have made it easier for reporters to reach people – listeners and sources alike – but it has also made it easier for intelligence agencies to listen to them. In that context, the early findings of a study, Protecting journalism sources in the digital age, were published last week by the World Editors Forum for Unesco.


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