In a recent post, we explained that you can’t impose the confidentiality of information on a journalist — confidentiality is negotiated and agreed upon. In addition, you must negotiate how that information will or won’t be attributed. For example, is it “not for attribution” or “on background”? The problem is, no one agrees what these words mean.
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