Panama Papers, or How To Coordinate a Secret in the Digital Age

Presented at ONA16
September 17, 2016
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A vast network of investigative reporters collaborated on a global scale to dive into the financial documents known as the Panama Papers. It took months to sift through the 11.5 million leaked documents. We’ll look at how the data were organized, how such a large, global project was kept secret, and get insights into how reporters started shaping their ongoing stories.


Featuring

Emilia Diaz-Struck
Research Editor, The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
Anant Goenka
Executive Director
Patrick Butler
Vice President-Programs
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