Digital journalism

The financial benefits of major investigations
GIJN · September 20, 2018

Here’s GIJN’s pocket-guide to five investigations whose financial impact is quantifiably great.

Nine essential tools from ICIJ’s data journalism and programming experts
Caroline Kubzansky · August 8, 2018

How do you tackle some of history’s largest data leaks? ICIJ’s data journalists, gurus and programmers share the secrets of their digital toolbelts.

PGP encryption isn’t dead, despite the panic over EFAIL
Razzan Nakhlawi · July 24, 2018

ICIJ relies on PGP encryption every day, so we’ve been watching the EFAIL vulnerabilities debate closely. Is PGP dead? We don’t think so.

How ICIJ deals with massive data dumps like the Panama Papers and Paradise Papers
Pierre Romera and Cecile S. Gallego · July 3, 2018

Often we face the challenge of digging through gigantic amounts of data. Here’s how we make this endeavor more efficient and less time consuming.

How ICIJ’s Datashare project will help journalists breach borders
Julien Martin · May 14, 2018

ICIJ’s pioneering Datashare project will radically reshape the way journalists collaborate across the world.

At the heart of Hungary’s battle for democracy: journalism
Dean Starkman · May 7, 2018

The story of Hungary’s latest Prime Minister Viktor Orban is a media story.  His rise was built on it. His consolidated power rests on it.

Stories of collaboration: A huge story we wanted to tell the world
Alia Ibrahim · March 21, 2018

It’s not just big news organizations that benefit from working on cross-border collaborations like the Paradise Papers. Our Beirut-based partner explains.

Cross-border collaboration: the antidote to censorship and press intimidation in Thailand
Scilla Alecci · March 8, 2018

ICIJ’s Thai member Prangtip Daoreung believes the best way to fight for press freedom is to work collaboratively, across borders.

How to work on a high-tech global project with limited internet, phone connection
Will Fitzgibbon · February 13, 2018

For Burkina Faso reporter Yacouba Ladji Bama working on a collaborative, global project has some unique challenges with internet and phone reception less than perfect.

More data than ever before added to the Offshore Leaks Database
Cecile S. Gallego · February 12, 2018

New data from the Paradise Papers will allow you to explore more information on companies registered in the Cook Islands, Samoa and Malta.