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November 30, 2009

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nancy alugba aminat

why can't you talk about the challenges investigative journalist face for using online source

nancy alugba aminat

please talk about the prospect of online source to investigative journalism

Jim Freeman

I might be able to do that, Nancy, if I were an investigative journalist. But I'm not and this article points toward a new direction for increasingly marginalized journalists, rather than the problems of the trade.

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Credit Slips was fortunate to enjoy posts last week by Ethan Cohen-Cole. It's always fun to have non-law profs bring their perspectives to this blog, and Ethan offered up interesting thoughts on a range of issues, from the immediate (perhaps imminent) mortgage foreclosure compensation fund, to the big picture future of whether the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau can avoid regulatory capture. Thanks for your time and your ideas, Ethan.

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