Condemned by cyperspace for unmasking a civil servant blogger, 'The Australian' newspaper defends itself: "Naming Mr Jericho was a good story and good for the internet. He is not a whistleblower and deserves no special treatment. He has learnt what he should have known from the time he started his blog...anonymity is even less valued in the internet age than ever." "Mr Jericho...made a name for himself through his blog — without ever having to stand by his views." "...let's not elevate the right to pursue what amounts to vanity publishing on the net to an issue of freedom of speech."