By MARK PEARSON Follow @Journlaw
In episode #006 of our occasional SMALL podcast – Social Media and Law Livestream – I speak with academic whistleblowing expert Professor AJ Brown.
Professor Brown is leader of the Center for Governance and Public Policy’s public integrity and anti-corruption research program in Griffith University’s School of Government and International Relations.
He is on the global board of the world anti-corruption organization Transparency International and a leading expert on public interest whistleblowing. He talks about the legal framework for whistleblowers and the implications for journalists and their confidential sources. Find our interview here [21:49min].
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