Journalism after Snowden : the future of the free press in the surveillance state

Book
Published 2017
Item Details
ISBN:
9780231176132
0231176139
Description:
pages cm.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
Introduction / Emily Bell, Taylor Owen, and Smitha Khorana
The story and the source. Journalism after Snowden / Alan Rusbridger
In defense of leaks / Jill Abramson
The surveillance state / Glenn Greenwald
A conversation with Edward Snowden / Edward Snowden and Emily Bell
Journalists and sources. Source protection in the age of surveillance / Steve Coll
Rescuing a reporter's right to protect the confidentiality of sources / David A. Schulz and Valerie Belair-Gagnon
Digital security for journalists / Julia Angwin
Beyond PGP: how news organizations can and must protect reporters and sources at an institutional level / Trevor Timm
Freedom of information and information asymmetry / Nabiha Syed
Governing surveillance. Political journalism in a networked age / Clay Shirky
National security and the "new yellow press" / Steven G. Bradbury
A new age of cyberwarfare / David E. Sanger
The Snowden effect on the NSA and reporting / Siobhan Gorman
Edward Snowden, his passport, and the legal identity of Americans / Patrick Weil
Surveillance policy as risk management / Cass R. Sunstein
Communications networks and new media. Silicon Valley and journalism / Emily Bell
Digital threats against journalists / Ron Deibert
Fiber and open communications networks / Susan Crawford
Free thought, free media / Eben Moglen
Should journalism be a surveillance-safe space? / Ethan Zuckerman
Postscript: journalism after Snowden / Jonathan Zittrain.
LCCN:
2016040217
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