U.S. Case Against Julian Assange.

U.S. Case Against Julian Assange.

U.S. Case Against Julian Assange.

Unless a state has a statute creating the privilege, news reporters have no general absolute First Amendment privilege, nor do they have the right not to reveal sources of news articles when ordered to do so by a court.

For this week’s paper, research WikiLeaks and the U.S. case against Julian Assange.

Summarize the facts of the case.

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Describe the purpose of WikiLeaks and the U.S. case against Assange.

Include an informed opinion as to whether you believe individuals should have the right to publish anything, even at the cost of national security.

On what rationale do you base your opinion? Note than an informed opinion considers principles and purposes of evidence law learned in this course and is not based merely on emotion or otherwise.

350-450 words excluding references, APA format and a minimum of 3 references

Julian Assange.

Julian Assange.

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