There is not (yet) a Freedom of Information Act in Italy such as in the United States and in the United Kingdom, but the rules on access can be very useful to journalists and citizens. Diritto Di Sapere, in association with the Open Government Association, Cittadini Reattivi and Formica Blu, explains how to use the Italian rules to ask for (and get) documents, data and audio-video files from the public administration in order to build an investigative report.