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Thursday, October 15 • 14:30 - 15:45
Automating Osint investigations with Python

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Learn easy Python tricks to find quickly leads on companies and people. We'll be explaining the basics of Python and showing several libraries that will help you automate your researches and leave no lead univestigated. Prerequisites: no Python knowledge needed. If you prefer to work with your own laptop, you must have already installed Python 3, and the sherlock and spiderfoot libraries.

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Adriana Homolová

ARENA / Follow The Money, Netherlands / Slovakia
Adriana is a freelance data journalist, trainer and public spending nerd. She coordinates the data skills training track on the Dataharvest conference and investigates the European Union for Follow The Money Bureau Brussel.

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Hervé Letoqueux

Co-Founder of OpenFacto with Lou (@CapteursOuverts) and Aliaume (@yaolri), a french NGO dedicated to online investigation for journalists and activists, I love OpenSource researches, Python, Gephi, R and OpenRefine. I used to deal with money laundering, financial frauds and terrorism... Read More →
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Laura Motet

(Data-)Journalist, Le Monde
I'm a (data-)journalist working at the French newspaper Le Monde. When investigating topics, I like to use osint methods and Python scraping.
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Yann Guégan

Journalist, Contexte
I am a journalist in charge of editorial innovation inside Contexte’s newsroom in Paris. I design advanced web scrapers, interactive infographics, data visualizations and internal tools for the reporters. I also contribute in my blog to the current conversation about the future... Read More →

Thursday October 15, 2020 14:30 - 15:45 CEST