The man at Time magazine who agreed to turn over a reporter’s confidential notes to a government prosecutor explains why he did it. Norman Pearlstine talks about the use of confidential sources and why he favors a shield law to protect journalists.

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  • Norman Pearlstine Editor-in-chief of Time Inc. from 1995 to 2005, previously managing editor of "The Wall Street Journal."

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