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Jonathan Zittrain, The Internet and Press Freedom, 45 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 563 (2010).

Abstract: This essay focuses instead on the scripts in which the authors are trapped, and then on a very different kind of fear than that of government encroachment. Many professional journalists of good will and undisputed talent have drifted to a place where they are routinely parties to the absurd and prisoners to threats not as readily grasped as those from official censors.