The director of a Baghdad-based journalists' group launched an online map that uses crowdsourced reports to identify attacks in Iraq, one of the most dangerous places to work in news.
Newsrooms can host the open source system on their websites so whistleblowers can submit high-risk documents and tips while maintaining their anonymity.
It's critical that journalists safely guard access to information about their contacts, confidential sources and research documents.
Reporters Without Borders created a "digital safe" to offer a secure way for journalists facing censorship to submit news and documents for publication.
The features that make a reporter’s phone such a useful tool can also make it an attractive target to governments, hackers and criminals. Here's how to protect your phone.
When journalists' computers are stolen, they can lose confidential, valuable and sensitive information. However, by adopting a few preventive measures, they can reduce the potential damage of a computer theft.
Hostile-environment training is essential for freelancers considering assignments in the world’s conflict zones.
In Mexico, where more than 80 journalists have been killed since 2005, a new map offers a safer way to report attacks.
In the latest IJNet Live chat, two reporters shared their advice on preparing for a reporting assignment abroad, staying safe overseas, finding fixers and more.
Internews recently released a web resource titled "Speak up, speak out: A toolkit for reporting on human rights issues." Here are IJNet's main takeaways.
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