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