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Friday, April 8 • 16:00 - 16:45
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We share the most intimate information on social media, in the belief that it only reaches our loyal followers. But along with it comes digital traces that even outsiders can get hold of. Hear award-winning reporters Eva Jung and Axel Gordh Humlesjö share their insights on so-called geotags, and how to use them in investigative journalism. With concrete examples – like the threatened politician who lived in hiding, but unknowingly revealed her whereabouts on the internet – they show how to use programs such as Creepy, Banjo and Geofeedia to find information and sources.
Programpartner : MEG 


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Axel Gordh Humlesjö

Axel Gordh Humlesjö is a producer at Uppdrag Granskning, the investigative program at Swedish public broadcasting SVT. He specializes in right-wing extremism, organized crime and digital research. In 2015 he was an IRE Awards finalist for a report on Swedish nazis, and 2014 he was nominated for the Great Journalism Award (Stora journalistpriset in Swedish) for revealing how private schools were secretly sorting out prospective pupils.
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Eva Jung

Journalist, Berlingske
Eva Jung is a reporter with the investigative team at the daily Berlingske in Copenhagen, Denmark, and is vice chair of The Danish Association for Investigative Journalism. Among other things, she has reported the first case of matchfixing in Danish football and unvealed how the catholic church of Denmark kept sexual assaults hidden from the public for decades. In 2015 the project #Tracked (#Sporet in Danish), mapping all personal metadata of two... Read More →


Friday April 8, 2016 16:00 - 16:45
G3 Svenska mässan

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