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Storming of the Capitol

politics, USA, 2021, 2020 presidential election, Trump, Capitol, election, news, journalism

This spreadsheet seeks to compile all visual materials of the storming of the Capitol. What you SHOULD ADD to the spreadsheet: 1) Copies of live streams recorded from the Capitol storming 2) Copies of videos recorded from the Capitol storming 3) Copies of photographs taken of the Capitol storming 4) Screen-capture recording of streams that do not allow direct scraping 5) Links to archived copies of videos/photos already added

Journalists Helping Journalists

journalism, pro bono, jobs, contacts, data

This sheet is for anyone in the Communications/Media industries willing to do pro bono work to help out other industry folk. If you're not a journalist, please specify what you do so there's no confusion.This is strictly career-adjacent work, not a way to advertise services for nonprofits.

FSB Poison Squad Travel History

journalism, investigative journalism, data, Russia, FSB, Navalny, democracy

The travel data of the FSB officers involved with the @navalny assassination plot. Some of these incidents might relate to other poisoning incidents targeting other individuals, so have fun with the data!

Bellingcat's Online Investigation Toolkit [bit.ly/bcattools]

journalism, data, tools, fact checking, research

Bellingcat’s freely available online open source investigation toolkit - data sources, social media, visualization and many more

FA/Bellingcat - Police Brutality and the BLM Protests - Public Dataset

police, USA, protest, society, journalism, data

A chronological list of police brutality incidents during BLM protests 2020

UPDATE: Re Julian Assange in Belmarsh (to 7 Oct 2020)

journalism, politics, Julian Assange, wikileaks, data

This file began because many people mentioned that they wanted to hear about Julian’s wellbeing, especially related to his health, and the problems his incarceration conditions are causing him in preparing his defence in the forthcoming US extradition case. This document provides background links re his health, and pulls together information that has been shared by his visitors since his incarceration in Belmarsh. Public statements by his lawyers and others who have relevant information are listed and linked to source.

Set it on 🔥child -OSINT for Finding People

journalism, guide, resources

This guide is designed to provide some (not all), of the resources and tools you will need to audit information available online on yourself or another person.

Crap Detection Resources

medialiteracy, misinformation, fakenews, journalism, criticalthinking

Crowdsourced guide to tools and resources to check and verify information validity - created by Howard Rheingold, curated by Robin Good

Epstein Flight Logs [ Public ]

epstein, investigative journalism, journalism, list of names, flight list, fact check, Ghislaine Maxwell, aviation

Jeffrey Epstein flight logs: who flew on Jeffrey Epstein's private jet N908JE. Court documents have revealed names of passengers on "The Lolita Express" - a Gulfstream jet which pedophile Jeffrey Epstein used to take his victims such as Virginia Roberts to his mansions on a private island in US Virgin Islands. Also included are other flights of the convicted sex offender - on a helicopter and a Cessna. The sheet includes island names such as Bill Clinton, Kevin Spacey, Naomi Campbell, Prince Andrew as well as accomplices of the child abuse: Sarah Kellen, Nadia Marcinkova, Larry Visoski, David Rodgers, Please be patient when opening the sheet as it contains a lot of data.

💸Real Media Salaries 💸

journalism, salaries, jobs, media, industry specific

A crowdsourced sheet with salary data points by type of a company, gender, years of experience, etc. Talking about how much or how little money you make feels taboo, and it shouldn't. Knowledge is power and Glassdoor info is hit or miss. Wouldn't it be great to know what your peers make so you can use that to leverage a raise? Or if your company does a "market adjustment" yet you don't see the data, wouldn't it be great to know how accurate it is or isn't? So, let's share what we make and any relevant info to help each other learn our worth!