Computational Journalism and Transparency
Social Implications of Personal Data & Computational Journalism

• Chair: Nick Diakopoulos – Assistant Professor, University of Maryland, College Park
• Sarah Cohen – Leader of data journalists team, The New York Times
• Emilia Diaz-Struck – Research Editor, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
• John Templon – Data reporter, BuzzFeed News

DTL 2016 was hosted at Columbia University with cutting-edge research, panels, and discussions surrounding the future of personal data and data transparency online. The event gathered over 200 participants from 17 countries.

About Data Transparency Lab:
DTL is a community of technologists, researchers, policymakers and industry representatives working to advance personal data transparency through scientific research & design.

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