For decades, privacy took a back seat to the public’s right to know. But as the Internet and changing journalism have made it harder to distinguish news from titillation, U.S. courts are showing new resolve in protecting individuals from invasive media scrutiny. As Amy Gajda shows, this judicial backlash is now impinging on mainstream journalists.
This is a used book in good condition with some wear to the dust jacket.
By Amy Gajda. Hardcover. 300 pages. Published by Harvard University Press, 2014.