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Since posting this piece, I've gotten some interesting comments. One person was a bit indignant, writing "They are accredited.
A guy with a phone isn't a journalist." Another wrote, "And what about journalists that give out full names, e-mail addresses, and hometowns of military personnel? Do they have the right to possibly put those people in further danger, or their families?" And finally:
"Domestically you do have a fair degree of certainty that if arrested, media credentials will prevent you being charged. That flows through internationally as well. The credentials either serve as proof that you were not part of an activity (an observer), or that somebody is going to care about you and there might be some adverse outcome from higher up the local chain of command."