When push comes to shove, should laid-off journalists sue?
A recent history of U.S. mass protest
Drew failed to consider the … Illinois Eavesdropping Act—the violation of which can result in a first-class felony charge carrying a possible 15 years in prison. Now he’s the poster boy for a cause he didn’t know existed when he was taken into custody.
A newspaper may not legally liable for what the public posts on its Web site, but that doesn’t mean prosecutors can’t harass it.