报道亚洲 | 新闻人必备的数据保护技巧,专家告诉你

网络时代,邮件、硬盘、网页历史记录可透露关键信息,连上公共WIFI也许会遭偷窥,保护数据安全尤其重要。有哪些技巧值得一学?来自冰岛和菲律宾的极客Smari McCarthy、Bobby Soriano将在9月举行的第二届亚洲深度报道大会上,分享良方。

搜信息,助协作:数据检索利器Aleph特色一览

社会议题走向全球化,调查报道跨境协作也成新潮流,国际有组织犯罪和腐败报道项目(OCCRP)开发的新工具Aleph就是协助跨境报道的利器。用户可通过其上传文件、共享、搜索、抽取关键信息。想了解Aleph的背景和特色?以下便是Aleph设计者Friedrich Lindenberg的设计心得。

跨境调查组织OCCRP:全球化时代,如何组织跨国深度报道?

随着各国政府机构的数据公开、打击贪腐的国际组织合作愈加深入和新闻界数据使用及跨国合作日渐成熟,跨境调查成为当今调查新闻的热点。从2006年起步时联系媒体合作的举步维艰,到现在对慕名寻求合作的媒体进行筛选,著名跨境合作组织有组织犯罪和腐败报道项目(OCCRP)经历了十年的成长。OCCRP联合创始人、顾问编辑Drew Sullivan分享了OCCRP跨国报道的成功之道。在全球化时代,媒体如何突破地域限制、通过跨国联结操作深度报道?深度君带你一探究竟。

2015全球调查报道精选:有好故事,高墙并非不可撼动

2015年,众多调查报道以翔实的数据、独到的信源、严密的逻辑分析展开问责,克服恶劣环境,挖掘社会真相。深度君梳理全年优秀的调查报道故事,带你总结回顾亮点之处,看他们是如何以好故事探问“高墙”的。

干货 | 跨国调查资源检索大全

跨国调查的成功,离不开国际机构和媒体同行的携手努力,尤其需要利用公开资源和权威数据来挖掘新闻、验证信息、深入分析。曾经供职于《纽约时报》和《华盛顿邮报》、追踪过战犯、调查过机密文档的新闻调查专家Margot Williams分享在线资源检索链接,深度君精选成跨国调查检索清单,供君参考。

第六届全球亮光奖公布 调查记者坚守揭露贪腐第一线

10月10日晚,第六届全球亮光奖获奖名单于2015全球深度报道大会举办地挪威利勒哈默公布。最终,来自黑山共和国的调查报道“邪恶联盟(Unholy Alliances)”,巴西的调查报道“烟草帝国(Empire of Ashes)”从12名最终入围者中脱颖而出,夺得“全球亮光奖”的殊荣。同时,乌克兰新闻作品“解密亚努科维奇(YanukovychLeaks)”由于揭露了前总统背后的腐败网络而获得“卓越奖(a citation of excellence)”。深度君为你带来获奖作品一览,看看他们报道的成功之处。

实用贴 | 国际商业调查报道工具包

网络搜索用得好,就可能找到独家信息,催生优秀的调查报道,但是哪些网上平台能让我们快捷方便地查询相关信息呢?深度君为你整合有关国际商业资源的链接,说不定隐秘的好故事线索就此出现了。

YanukovychLeaks: After The Ousting, A Festival

It’s been three months since ex-president Viktor Yanukovych fled in the dead of night, after a last, desperate attempt to cover his tracks by destroying documents. It’s not going to be that easy, Mr. President. For the past three years, Ukraine’s “Journalists Day” has been commemorated with an anti-censorship rally in front of his former Mezhyhirya residence. This year, the sprawling compound itself has been hacked. From June 6-8, the Mezhyhirya Festival on investigative journalism, digital activism, and leaks will celebrate a new era of freedom of expression with those who were on site to help usher it in.

YanukovychLeaks Update: “The Project Is Becoming Bigger”

The extraordinary story of how Ukrainian investigative reporters saved thousands of documents left by fleeing ex-president Viktor Yanokuvych has gone viral. YanukovychLeaks.org, the site thrown together by an impromptu team of journalists and hackers, has received more than 600,000 visitors since going live on Tuesday – and those documents have been viewed 3.8 million times. “That means people really do care about transparency. It is valued,” says Drew Sullivan of the nonprofit Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), which is helping provide resources for the project.

“The Walls Have Fallen” – Inside YanukovychLeaks Investigation

This is a great time to be an investigative journalist in Ukraine. It is a moment of big disclosures. We had been reporting on the ultra-luxurious style of Yanukovych’s life and his corrupt ties for a long period, when this information was very well-guarded and kept as a big secret. It’s like one was trying to get into a closed, dark room for a long time. And then suddenly the walls have fallen.