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Wednesday, September 2 • 11:15 - 12:30
Investigating like a detective

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How do you find individual data such as phone numbers, email addresses and birth dates on people? How can you verify them and use them to take you further to more data and information? This session will show you how, and examples include federal ministers, police and insurance fraud cases as well as a real-fake-case, about which a lot has already been reported (but there is still something new to discover).

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Trine Smistrup

Deputy director, Dataharvest director, Arena for Journalism in Europe
Trine Smistrup is a co-founder of Arena for Journalism in Europe and functions as deputy director and director of Dataharvest - the European Investigative Journalism Conference. She has worked with journalism and training for journalists in Denmark, the Nordic countries, and Russia... Read More →

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Marcus Lindemann

managing editor, autoren(werk) GmbH & Co.KG
Marcus Lindemann is the managing author of autoren(werk) and has been producing magazine pieces and documentaries for ARD and ZDF with his own company since 2000, mainly on consumer topics, often with hidden cameras. After the series "WISO ermittelt" and "oma trick", autoren(werk... Read More →
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Oliver Klein

Oliver Klein works as an editor for factchecking and verification for the ZDF, Europe's largest broadcaster. Since 2008 he has been training journalists in OSINT, factchecking and verification. In addition to large media companies, universities and academies, his customers also include... Read More →

Wednesday September 2, 2020 11:15 - 12:30 CEST