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Freedom of Information, Journalism and Libraries
1 Introduction
2 The principle of freedom of information
3 The legislative practice of freedom of information
4 Libraries and freedom of information
5 Journalism
6 Ethical difficulties of journalists
7 Conclusion
* References
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1) This essay is a version of a presentation given by invitation at the IFLA Government Information and Official Publications Section’s 2nd Eastern European Seminar on Government Information for the People, held during the Crimea 2003 Conference, Sudak, Autonomous Republic of the Crimea, Ukraine, June 11th 2003.


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