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Club Workshop: Open-Source Investigations: How to Dig Deeper?

WORKSHOP
Open-Source Investigations:
How to Dig Deeper?
 
 

If you are a reporter, eager to make better use of open-source information, join us for a training session on the key open-source investigation (OSINT) techniques, followed by a presentation on the legal applications of OSINT material.

 

The discussion will be moderated by Ms. Ernst from Hong Kong University, which is pioneering these approaches in a program with the Human Rights Hub.

 

 

SPEAKERS
Lindsay Ernst, Lecturer in Human Rights Experiential Learning at HKU, specializes in developing interdisciplinary experiential learning opportunities focused on advancing social justice and human rights;
Sam Dubberley, Manager of the Digital Verification Corps at Amnesty International, is co-founder of Eyewitness Media Hub. He has more than a decade of experience in broadcast news and was head of the Eurovision News Exchange from 2010 to 2013.

Alison Cole, Asia-Pacific Coordinator of Digital Investigations with the University of Hong Kong and Berkeley Human Rights Center.

 

Thursday, January 17, 2019
6:00pm For 6:15pm Workshop
7:15pm – End
1st Floor
 

 

Speaker: Lindsay Ernst, Lecturer in Human Rights Experiential Learning at HKU, specializes in developing interdisciplinary experiential learning opportunities focused on advancing social justice and human rights; Sam Dubberley, Manager of the Digital Verification Corps at Amnesty International, is co-founder of Eyewitness Media Hub. He has more than a decade of experience in broadcast news and was head of the Eurovision News Exchange from 2010 to 2013. Alison Cole, Asia-Pacific Coordinator of Digital Investigations with the University of Hong Kong and Berkeley Human Rights Center.,