Interesting that the first thing that was mentioned was that she was talking to Glenn over the Skype phone, which is terribly insecure.
How exactly do they go about verifying this sort of thing?
So they talked to Verizon, and they knew that Verizon wouldn’t be able to say anything (gag order). Then they actually asked for verification from the government. Was this not very risky?
How do they deal with getting a secure line within the company when they haven’t needed to do that before?
Also very interesting that no journalist has been prosecuted by the espionage act. This was brought up in Aaron Sorkin’s “Newsroom”.
“Privacy bill of rights”.
How can you promise journalism protection? Full confidentiality?