Access to Information Protected by Law and Administration of Information Issues That Are of Fundamental Importance to Journalists
The work of a journalist consists in gathering and processing information so as to make it accessible to the general public. The constitutional principle of the freedom of gathering and disseminating information and the freedom of expressing one’s opinions, allows one to gain access to objective information. The boundaries of access to information are determined by statutory secrets which are protected by law. In the book, the author points out to the legal aspects of gaining access to information; the latter should help one identify the potential possibilities and threats that are contained in the information sector.