This is generally how it goes.Originally Posted by Pete B;3616245;
People who attend the MTA/WTA and ATFR sign confidentiality agreements. Sometimes a code may be set up between them and someone else before they attend.
When I have found out things from the MTA/WTA or ATFR--I don't ask questions. I don't feel comfortable doing that. I don't feel like I need to encourage anything more than what someone wants to share. Then personally, I do not post what I have been told. I will come out and confirm what I have been told after I see others have already come out with the news. That's just my own personal issue and how I deal with it--unless of course I have been told "sure go ahead and post it!" which I never have been told to do.
I consider my sources to be sacred. They are trusting me and once trust is lost--well forget it.
As it is--look how much discension was caused just from leaking spoilers that many are not willing to accept. So why risk losing a trusted source or pal? Not worth it.