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Saturday, March 17 • 13:20 - 14:10
Open Data Journalism

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How can data journalism push transparency in the society forward and be a needle in the eye for authorities to open up more data? With the insights from last year NODA Award winning innsyn.no and this years nominee Finn Parliament Visit Log and other similar initiatives we discuss the role that journalists can have in using the freedom of information laws (FOI) and public service information EU directive (PSI) to get access to more data for journalistic purposes and how to make that data more open and available to all.

Knuutila's presentation

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Aleksi Knuutila

Aleksi Knuutila works with OpenOwnership to develop tools to enable new kinds of investigations based on beneficial ownership information. There is a global policy push to open up information about benefactors behind companies, with 27 EU countries beginning to publish it by 2020... Read More →
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Tarjei Leer-Salvesen

Investigative reporter, Fædrelandsvennen
Tarjei Leer-Salvesen is an investigative journalist working for the regional newspaper Fædrelandsvennen in Norway. He has specialised in research method, sharing his time between newspapers and documentary film projects the past years. His particular interest is archive research... Read More →
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Kristofer Sjöholm

Project manager/product owner, SVT
Journalist and web developer, specialist in project management, data visualizations, open data, sustainable development and smart cities. Former head of SVT Pejl, the former data journalism team at Swedish public broadcaster SVT. Kristofer Sjöholm is currently project manager and... Read More →

Saturday March 17, 2018 13:20 - 14:10 CET