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Resource ID: #112
Subject: 217
Source: 20David Carr, Brian Ross, Alan Rusbridger, Leonard Downie Jr.
Affiliation: The New York Times, ABC News, The Guardian, The Washington Post/Arizona State University
Date: 2012

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As investigations of tabloid newspapers’ phone hacking, paying police for information and covering it all up continue to produce shocking revelations in Britain, a crusading British editor, a leading American news media critic, and an award-winning network television investigative journalist examine the fallout. Is this behavior typical of British investigative journalism? When and how do American investigative journalists cross the line?

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