Knowing how to code is an increasingly valuable skill for journalists — but knowing where to start can be a challenge.
Understanding how hackers operate is the first step to protecting your phone or computer from a cyberattack.
In the wake of geolocation-based apps like Pokemon Go, news startups are looking to this technology to customize readers' content based on their location.
Blockchain’s role in journalism, the future of digital media and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Chris Roper discusses the drone journalism camp he recently organized for journalists and civil rights groups in Cape Town — the first of its kind in South Africa.
The Wall Street Journal’s Jennifer Valentino-DeVries offers guidance for keeping sensitive sources safe in the digital space.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Stephen Abbott Pugh examines how the media will be able to harness this new technology.
IJNet talked to developer Serah Njambi-Rono about Code for Africa's data bootcamps, which have been held in collaboration with the World Bank Institute in Pakistan, Uruguay and across Africa.
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