Are we living in a Golden Age of investigative journalism? The answer depends on who you ask, and where they’ve come from.
A journalism organization is alleging that the UK government’s surveillance program is in breach of international law.
The old guard of lone wolf investigative reporters have found a new and increasingly necessary ally in their battle to wrangle big data.
Three very different stories show how satellite images, until recently confined to the weather report, are now the stuff of front-page news.
Russia can be a difficult place to operate, made tougher by increasing sanctions. But how open is its corporate data?
U.S. government surveillance is scaring sources and making journalists feel like criminals and spies, a new report says.
ICIJ member and veteran internet researcher shares his experience and some practical tips for using the world wide web to investigate and dig a whole lot deeper.
The Freedom Act doesn’t change the fact that Constitutional protections that are taken for granted by many U.S. journalists – and their sources – stop at the border.
Amid growing revelations of hacking and internet surveillance, improving online security is necessary for journalists and others who work with sensitive information. Here are our tips for how to get started.