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Wikileaks made data journalism seem sexy. Not only was the content of the leaked documents exciting – who wouldn’t want to write about war and diplomacy? – the manner in which it was obtained would have made it seem very … Continue reading
Over the last couple of days Simon Rogers, Editor of the Guardian Datablog and Datastore, has afforded us an insight into how the Guardian dealt with the game changing wiki-leaks releases over the course of last year in his blog … Continue reading
There has, obviously, been a lot of coverage of last night and this morning’s Wikileaks revelations. 250,000 classified documents is a big haul, and whatever the content of the cables themselves a leak that size is always going to make … Continue reading