I have written before about blogs as evidence. Here is an Editor & Publisher article about how the blogs of a family involved in a North Carolina murder case are raising ethical issues for news reporters and editors.


“With so much written about blogging in the past year, it’s amazing that just now we are witnessing the kind of high-profile crime case that raises new and, some say, troubling issues about how reporters and editors should regard the very personal, yet very public, information shared on Web logs.”

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