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Wednesday, September 15 • 10:00 - 16:00
Masterclass: Safer Digital Investigations

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This online workshop provided by the international NGO Tactical Tech (tacticaltech.org) will introduce you to recommended safety practices and tactics as well as useful frameworks for choosing tools meant to support your online or offline work, as well as essential safety awareness and risk mitigation techniques to help protect yourself, the people you work with and your information.
The workshop will help participants identify sources of potential risk when working with publicly available information and exploring and interacting with various data traces and sources of information.
To adapt the methods and tools in context, we will work with sources of publicly available information and explore useful digital platforms, databases, case studies and investigation scenarios. Read more on www.dataharvest.eu

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Jose Miguel Calatayud

Freelance journalist, project director at Arena for Journalism in Europe
Jose is a freelance journalist based in Berlin since January 2020, and a project pirector at Arena, where he's been managing the Arena Housing Project, an open collaborative network for housing reporters and researchers. He launched and was the coordinator of Cities for Rent, a cross-border investigation into corporate landlords, which is currently nominated to the European Press Prize, was recognised with an honourable mention at the IJ4EU Impact Award 2022 and was nominated to the Sigma Awards for Data Journalism. Before moving to Berlin, Jose was successively based... Read More →

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Wael Eskandar

Tactical Tech
Wael Eskandar is an independent journalist, activist and creative technologist.He is part of the team that runs Exposing the Invisible, a programme of work by Berlin-based Tactical Tech, which tells the story of released data by exploring different techniques, tools and methods along... Read More →
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Laura Ranca

Project Lead -, Tactical Tech
Laura leads Tactical Tech's 'Exposing the Invisible' project which provides techniques, tools and methods of digital and non-digital investigations. Before joining Tactical Tech in January 2018, she worked as a program specialist with the investigative journalism portfolio of the... Read More →

Wednesday September 15, 2021 10:00 - 16:00 CEST