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If a journalist discloses privileged material outside of his news-gathering and news-reporting activities, he waives the newsperson's privilege with respect to what he has disclosed
A reporter who speaks outside of the newsgathering and reporting process about conversations with a source cannot invoke the newsperson's privilege when summoned for testimony about the information a
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