But the press is never defined, legally, in the Bill of Rights. Is anyone -- and everyone -- the press?
We then went down a list of checkmarks. A car has a body, like a human. It performs calculations, like a person. He relies on fuel (gas vs. food). Cars get insured, like humans. Many cars have names, like humans. Cars move, like humans. They rest, like humans. It goes on and on until somewhere along the line you are able to show how a car is not human. But the argument, though it seems obvious, is not so easy to make about a car not being human or alive. The same may be true with Wikileaks.
It may resemble features of a media outlet, but a case can be made it is not a member of the news media the way Fox News, The New York Times, or even The National Enquirer are.
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