When we say something that might be threatening, how much does where we say it matter?
Somebody said silence is golden.
INDIANAPOLIS | The identities of anonymous commenters on newspaper websites are not protected under Indiana's journalist Shield Law, and newspapers may be compelled to disclose them under certain circumstances, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that anonymous online commenters on newspaper websites are not protected sources under the Indiana Shield Law and newspapers may be compelled to identify them under certain circumstances.
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