Freedom of the press was easier to define and protect when quill pens were the mode. Today it’s electronic zeroes and ones, and it’s a lot more complicated. And the Obama Administration has been aggressively prosecuting journalists; more prosecutions than all prior presidents combined. On this show Michael Winship, senior writer at Moyers and Company, talks about the status of our tradtional freedom in the second decade of the 21st century. There is reason for hope and optimism, thanks largely to internet activism.