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“CNN Sues the White House, Seeks Return of Press Pass,” The Wall Street Journal, November 14, 2018 A3.  Can the White House refuse to let in a member of the press into the White House for being rude?

Avoid for now the political implications of this, and what the First Amendment and the Fifth Amendment provide.  Think instead about who can deny a single individual access to information, while providing access to 190 other people.

Who is entitled to access information in your company?  What controls are in place to make sure that people who shouldn’t have access don’t get access?  Who determines what those controls are?  Who enforces them?  Is part of this culture?

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