AUTHOR
Richard Danbury
YEAR
2019
ANNOTATION

In this chapter, Danbury explores the legal and normative duties of investigative journalists to proactively supply law enforcement with information uncovered regarding terrorist activity. Though Danbury explains that journalists may have a duty to inform the state if they learn of an imminent attack, a proactive duty in other cases may risk compromising the work and safety of journalists.

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LANGUAGE
English
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Danbury, R. Investigative Journalism and Terrorism: the Proactive Legal Duty to Report. (Price, S.,) Investigative Journalism: Global Perspectives. Routledge (2019).