Apple iPhone Leak: Crime, Marketing Ploy or First Amendment Issue?

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The repercussions of tech blog Gizmodo’s blockbuster iPhone scoop continue to build. The latest development: Police have put a criminal investigation of Gizmodo editor Jason Chen on hold until it’s determined whether journalistic protections apply to this case.