The Aleph: Crunching Data for Investigative Reporting

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The Aleph: Crunching Data for Investigative Reporting
Presenter(s) Friedrich Lindenberg, Tom King
Title(s) Technology Coordinator, Head of Partnerships
Organization(s) Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project
Project(s) Aleph, Investigative Dashboard, OCCRP Talk
Country(ies) Global
Social media @OCCRP, @pudo, @tallgeekychap
2017 theme Journalism & Media; Tools & Technology; Self-Organized

Come and find out how technology can transform investigative journalism and civil society actions against crime and corruption. The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) works as a global platform for deep data research and collaborative investigation.

With law enforcement and criminal investigations failing to work in the public interest, especially in relation to cross-border organized crime, illicit financial flows and networked corruption, we increasingly need shadow institutions to act on behalf of citizens. You can think of OCCRP as 'the people's NSA'.

This will be a chance to try out the tool at the heart of our work - Aleph. As implemented by OCCRP, it currently holds one of the largest collections of data on persons of interest worldwide.

Format Workshop
Target Groups Technologists; journalists; activists.
Length 1
Skill Level Introductory
Language English

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