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Defending Ian Thorpe: Coming Out Is Never Easy, I Know
President, Moorfield Storey Institute
None of us can live other people's lives for them. They, and they alone, must be free to live their lives on their own terms. That includes celebrities, even Olympic swimmers.
Sterling's Lesson: Public Figures Have Few Privacy Rights
Sara-Ellen Amster, Ph.D.
Author, Journalism Professor, National University
If anything, Donald Sterling's problems have cemented this warning for others. We know even private people have turned themselves into instant journalists in the world we live in, and you can't unring the bell of the digital revolution.
Protecting the Media in Transitional States
Dallin Van Leuven
Specialist in rule of law and international affairs
Certainly, the U.S. can and should lead the way in promoting free speech across the world. But when it comes to promoting a free press and protecting the media in transitional states, perhaps the world would be better off following the lead of countries like Ghana.
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