Comment by Martin Gaarder.
Ny Tid's debate leader, Martine Aurdal, accuses me of putting the Nigerian sex worker Gina (27) in danger of death. "Dangerous tabloid" and "for Gina potentially life-threatening" Aurdal writes about the way I as a journalist, and Knut Olav Åmås as editor, let Gina tell her story in the latest issue of Samtiden.
In particular, it is the image of Gina's face and an allegedly defective anonymization of two of her customers, which forms the basis for Aurdal's very gross indictment. An indictment based on errors and distorted facts, which Aurdal and / or her editor must lament and withdraw.
Among other things, Aurdal invents an international prostitution mafia, which does not exist in Gina's life, and does not exist in my article, and writes: “They brought her to Spain last, and can find her in Madrid's horrors too. With Contemporary in one hand as they tie the other. "
Who are they"? And who is that tabloid?
I will address the security and privacy issues that Martine Aurdal completely misses, both in her commentary article (Ny Tid 08.09.05) and in a debate in Dagsnytt atten (NRK P2 09.09.05).
Not in the grip of the mafia
Gina knows how media attention works, among other things through university studies in marketing. She gave her full consent to the printing of both. . .
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