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 October 21, 2011  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Matthew Vella reports:

It is always a big decision for newspapers to reveal confidential information that might not have been procured legally or through public channels and a conundrum for editors whether to turn down anything remotely gossipy or confidential news that otherwise would never see the light of day.

The question for the head of news at Media.Link, the Nationalist party media, is whether he felt that the public interest was better served, and greater than the breach of privacy that might have resulted, by revealing a private conversation between a journalist and the Opposition leader.

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