journalist's privilege

NOUN
  1. the right of a journalist to refuse to divulge sources of confidential information
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  • Amendment scholar at Vanderbilt Law School, the significance is the potential precedent set by the sweep of the ruling -- and that Kaplan "waffled" on whether filmmakers even have journalist's privilege. CNN.com
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