There's an article in the American Journalism Review about journalistic ethics -- if an interview subject says no, she doesn't want to be interviewed, but then continues to talk, should the reporter use the quotes? Is it fair for a journalist to take advantage of any ambiguity as to whether or not the subject knows she's on the record? Interesting article. You can also read the column that resulted from the interview. Links courtesy of Romenesko's Media News, which often has links to all sorts of cool articles like this.