Luanda Leaks was a trove of more than 175,000 emails – so how do we go about tackling such a massive dataset? And how can we be sure we haven’t missed major stories?
What makes ICIJ’s secure open-source software different from other tools? We answer some of the common questions about Datashare.
When HSBC’s lawyers faced off against reporters prior to the publication of the Swiss Leaks investigation, their initial approach was to make legal threats.
I wanted to shed light on the future use of solitary confinement, but instead, I got a hefty envelope from a private law firm.
When investigative journalists Sheila Coronel and her team began counting drug-related killings in the Philippines last year they turned to statistician Patrick Ball to reveal the truth.
Five years ago, against my reporter instincts, I agreed to collaborate with ICIJ. That decision changed my career, and the way I think about journalism.
Collaborative journalism – particularly across borders – has helped re-empower journalists at a critical moment in the history of the profession.
— Project manager Fergus Shiel reveals how ICIJ came to possess the 700,000 Luanda Leaks files – and how the collaboration of 36 media partners came together.