Hacked and leaked datasets are more common than ever and they present new challenges for journalism. Unlike any other point in history, hackers and whistleblowers now routinely make off with terabytes of data from governments, financial and legal intermediaries and corporations. These datasets are often goldmines of public interest information but they also present new legal, ethical and logistical challenges. This panel brings together four of the world’s leading experts to help reporters navigate this new landscape. Moderated by Gerard Ryle.

Organised in association with International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.