The availability of bulk data is supporting cross-border investigative journalism, but if we want to keep open data relevant, we need to find a way for our data tools to talk to each other.
The recent Investigathon highlighted the need for open source tools to help journalists connect the dots among people, institutions and companies.
The delegates, journalists and observers at a recent meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council were at a loss to explain why violence against the press is increasing despite years of efforts to curtail it.
It's time for news outlets and public health organizations to collaborate in ways that make people think about and act on health information.
It’s time to transform open data from a trendy concept among policy wonks and news nerds into something tangible in the everyday life of citizens, businesses and grassroots organizations.
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