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The New Yorker Hopes "Strongbox" Is a Wiretap-Proof Sieve for Leaks

BY Miranda Neubauer | Thursday, May 16 2013

The New Yorker yesterday became the first outlet to implement DeadDrop, a new system for sources to submit information to journalists online in a more secure and anonymous way than, for example, email. Read More

Journalists Who Neglect Digital Security Put their Sources at Risk

BY Lisa Goldman | Wednesday, September 5 2012

Journalists are putting their sources — and sometimes their own lives — at risk by failing to implement digital security strategies, article the American Journalism Review. Read More

We're All Journalists, Indeed: Obama Campaign Guests Checked Mobile Phones at the Door

BY Nick Judd | Tuesday, May 15 2012

Zeke Miller at Buzzfeed, studiously reading pool reports from President Barack Obama's recent campaign fundraisers, catches something: the Obama campaign, per Washington Post pooler David Nakamura, appears to be collecting mobile phones from event attendees at the door, and storing them in plastic bags. At least, that was the case at a Monday event in New York City.

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Watergate and the Internet: A Cautionary Tale From Bob Woodward

BY Micah L. Sifry | Tuesday, April 10 2012

What if the Watergate scandal had developed in the age of the Internet? For the last three years, an advanced class of Yale journalism students have been asked that question, and every year they've said the scandal would have blown up in a matter of days and the Nixon Administration would have backed down or even collapsed in a matter of weeks. And then they get to talk to Bob Woodward. Read More

The Europe Roundup: Debating "Life Hacking" on EU Websites

BY Antonella Napolitano | Tuesday, November 22 2011

EU | Debating "Life Hacking" on EU Websites: Useful Tips and Comments Did you know that Google and other searches can make your life much easier when you're trying to find relevant information in the messy EU websites? ... Read More

Is Berlusconi Resigning? Find Out on Twitter!

BY Antonella Napolitano | Monday, November 7 2011

This may be the last day of government for Silvio Berlusconi, the Italian prime minister. If so, the news may have appeared first on Twitter. But this is not yet another lesson about people using social media and ... Read More

The Europe Roundup: A Network To Feed The Neigbourhood

BY Antonella Napolitano | Friday, October 28 2011

Greece | Boroume: A Network To Feed The Neigbourhood Greece, the European country that is suffering the most from the debt crisis, is dramatically facing a common Western country paradox: while millions of people are ... Read More

Amidst Chaos, Britain's Community Newspapers Gather Facts, Clean-up Crews Gather Members, All Online

BY Nick Judd | Tuesday, August 9 2011

In the fourth day of unrest in England, residents respond to rioting by organizing clean-up efforts and sharing breaking news online. Photo via Chris Choi / yfrog As riots spread in England and the unrest in that country ... Read More

The Europe Roundup: Open Data in Progress

BY Antonella Napolitano | Tuesday, June 28 2011

France | Open data in progress The open data movement is making progress in France: while the government is working on a national open data initiative, a group of open data organisations have drafted a Declaration on ... Read More

Quote of the Day: James O'Keefe, 'Community Organizer'

BY Nick Judd | Friday, June 17 2011

I'm a pretty controversial guy. What should I call myself? Is what I do journalism? Organizing? Agit-prop? Well, I call myself a community organizer, a community organizer of citizen journalists.   — James ... Read More