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Thanasis Priftis

pattrn - data-driven, participatory fact mapping - 0 views

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    "PATTRN IS A TOOL TO MAP COMPLEX EVENTS - SUCH AS CONFLICTS, PROTESTS, OR CRISES - AS THEY UNFOLD."
Thanasis Priftis

Promise Tracker | Data Collection for Civic Action - 0 views

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    "Promise Tracker is a citizen-monitoring platform designed to help communities track issues they care about and use that information to advocate for change with local government, institutions, or the press. More than a data collection platform, Promise Tracker is a civic process designed to gather groups of citizens to discuss critical issues in their communities, collect actionable information to better understand those issues, and engage in dialogue with local actors in order to develop solutions."
Thanasis Priftis

About the Data - Mapping Police Violence - 0 views

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    Law enforcement agencies across the country have failed to provide us with even basic information about the lives they have taken. And while the recently signed Death in Custody Reporting Act mandates this data be reported, its unclear whether police departments will actually comply with this mandate and, even if they do decide to report this information, it could be several years before the data is fully collected, compiled and made public. We cannot wait to know the true scale of police violence against our communities. And in a country where at least three people are killed by police every day, we cannot wait for police departments to provide us with these answers. The maps and charts on this site aim to provide us with the answers we need. They include information on 1,131 known police killings - including 1,067 arrest-related deaths (according to Bureau of Justice Statistics definitions) as well as 64 unintentional, off-duty and/or in-custody deaths - that occurred in 2014. They also include information on 1,080 police killings in 2013, 1,131 in 2015, 1,129 police killings in 2016 and 1,147 killings in 2017. 93 percent of the killings in our database occurred while a police officer was acting in a law enforcement capacity. Importantly, these data do not include killings by vigilantes or security guards who are not off-duty police officers.
Thanasis Priftis

Free software and open source tools for investigative journalism and research - 2 views

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    "Investigative journalism tools Free software and open-source tools for journalists, journalistic research, discovery, investigative reporting, privacy, data visualization, data driven journalism and datajournalism"
anonymous

Albertine, une artiste dadaïste qui taquine Google - 0 views

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    A travers diverses installations et détournements de services du moteur de recherche, Albertine Meunier veut montrer que « Google est fragile ».
anonymous

Les subventions versées par les collectivités locales bientôt en Open Data ? - 0 views

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    Le détail des nombreuses subventions versées chaque année par les communes, départements et régions de France sera-t-il bientôt accessible à tous les citoyens sur Internet, éventuellement en Open Data ? C'est en tout cas l'objectif d'un amendement écologiste qui sera débattu dans les prochains jours au Sénat.
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