From Friday 3 until Sunday morning 5 June, the annual Dataharvest European Investigative Journalism Conference took place in the city of Mechelen, Belgium. Squeezed into those two and a half days were over 80 sessions, divided into 8 different tracks. Here’s a closer look at the Data track.
The Panama Papers, Cabra stated, mark the end of Gollum journalism. Instead of holding on to the documents they received, the journalists who received the leaked data opted for radical sharing. Why? Because it was the only way to go.