Federal agencies seek the access from the journalists’ sources
One of the Guardian journalists received a request to disclose his correspondence to the federal agencies of Australia. This is not the first time when the journalists are asked to disclose their correspondence.
Paul Farrell was the journalists whose correspondence was sought by the governmental institutions. He received a document of 200 pages that contained report on different interviews, minutes as well as plans and notes made by Farrell. The investigation group stated that they are trying to identify the sources the journalist used while writing. As the executives of the union of journalists commented on it, this kind of behavior is discriminatory. The incident started only because some of the governmental figures were involved into the refugee process Farrell was talking about in his articles. Such “raids” should be stopped, and the journalists should not be worried just because the officials are afraid or embarrassed of the leaks, claims the Guardian.
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