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Friday, October 9 • 14:30 - 15:30
Data Track: Are the Rumors True? Learn How To Check Them!

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"The bad friends of the Pope"
It's a cold evening in Marc. There is new pope appointed. How can you validate in just 30 minutes connections with dictator Videla, if any?

The killing of Ghadaffi
A Syrian reporter claims Gadaffi is killed. Your mission, if you accept it, is to prove he is wrong or right that night.

The secret plane

A prototype of a new plane lands secretly in Amsterdam. Everyone denies. How do you proof it's true?

This sessions is a one of three sessions about Verification Handbook, supported by European Journalism Centre, EJC.


Moderators
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Rina Tsubaki

Project Lead, European Journalism Centre
Rina Tsubaki leads and manages the Verification Handbook and Emergency Journalism initiatives at the European Journalism Centre in the Netherlands. Emergency Journalism brings together resources for media professionals reporting in and about volatile situations in the digital age, and she has frequently spoken on these topics at events, including a U.N. meeting. Previously, she managed several projects focusing on the role of citizens in... Read More →

Speakers
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Henk van Ess

Lecturer, Social Media & Internet Intelligence
Dutch born Henk van Ess is obsessed by finding news in data.  European media houses, like Axel Springer, Persgroep, European Broadcasting Union and Schibsted love his literal and lateral thinking and hire Henk on a regular basis to spill his secrets. He rarely appears in public conferences, so this is your chance to find out the best tricks in internet research. Links: | LinkedIn profile | Henk van Ess on Twitter


Friday October 9, 2015 14:30 - 15:30
Birkebeiner 2 (Data Presentation)

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