Citizens and the
coverage of
organized crime and
public safety
#balaceratec
http://m1zar.blogspot.com/2010/03/desde-la-casa-del-vecino.html
#balaceratec
“In order to inform others ...”
Narco-Censorship
“¿Qué predomina en los periódicos: lo que se
dice o lo que se calla?” - Diego Enrique Osorno
Blog del Narco
http://blogdelnarco.com
Blog del Narco
“Queremos ponerles
nombres, rostros. Dejar de
banalizar la muerte.”

Menos Días Aquí -
menosdiasaqui.blogspot.com
Anonymity = Cloak from
 fear, government
 regulation
"For the scanty details that they put on
television, they get grenade...
This is being produced by
someone who is not doing
it from a journalistic
perspective. He is doing it
without any ethical
...
Yet Another Divide
Academia vs. Journalism vs. Citizen Journalism
Reach
http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/blogdelnarco.com
Leonarda Reyes
“for criminals to share information among themselves”
NarcoTube
"Canal oficial del Cartel del Golfo"
youtube.com/user/lanuevafederacion
Facebook Hit List
http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2013816,00.html
La Respuesta: Censura?
http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,1981607,00.html
Video and Accountability
http://informacioncivica.info/mexico/the-good-bad-and-ugly-of-
online-video-in-mexico/
•Do mechanisms need to be invented to train and protect citizen
journalists similar to those that already exist for profes...
Chapter 2: Circumvention
and Anonymity
Every website you’ve
visited knows ...
Cookie Monster
Wireshark
VPN’s Versus Tor
Anonymous Blogging with
 Wordpress & Tor

http://advocacy.globalvoicesonline.org/projects/guide
FlossManuals:
 Circumvention Tools

http://en.flossmanuals.net/CircumventionTools
http://translate.flossmanuals.net/Circumve...
“Without a Trace: Turn Your
 Flash Drive into a Portable
 Privacy Toolkit”
http://lifehacker.com/5629082/without-a-trace-t...
Gracias!
oso@el-oso.net
twitter: @oso
facebook: dsasaki
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Citizen Media and Organized Crime

  1. 1. Citizens and the coverage of organized crime and public safety
  2. 2. #balaceratec http://m1zar.blogspot.com/2010/03/desde-la-casa-del-vecino.html
  3. 3. #balaceratec “In order to inform others ...”
  4. 4. Narco-Censorship “¿Qué predomina en los periódicos: lo que se dice o lo que se calla?” - Diego Enrique Osorno
  5. 5. Blog del Narco http://blogdelnarco.com
  6. 6. Blog del Narco
  7. 7. “Queremos ponerles nombres, rostros. Dejar de banalizar la muerte.” Menos Días Aquí - menosdiasaqui.blogspot.com
  8. 8. Anonymity = Cloak from fear, government regulation "For the scanty details that they put on television, they get grenades thrown at them and their reporters kidnapped. We publish everything. Imagine what they could do to us." - Blog del Narco
  9. 9. This is being produced by someone who is not doing it from a journalistic perspective. He is doing it without any ethical considerations." Carlos Lauria - Committee to Protect Journalists
  10. 10. Yet Another Divide Academia vs. Journalism vs. Citizen Journalism
  11. 11. Reach http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/blogdelnarco.com
  12. 12. Leonarda Reyes “for criminals to share information among themselves”
  13. 13. NarcoTube "Canal oficial del Cartel del Golfo" youtube.com/user/lanuevafederacion
  14. 14. Facebook Hit List http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2013816,00.html
  15. 15. La Respuesta: Censura? http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,1981607,00.html
  16. 16. Video and Accountability http://informacioncivica.info/mexico/the-good-bad-and-ugly-of- online-video-in-mexico/
  17. 17. •Do mechanisms need to be invented to train and protect citizen journalists similar to those that already exist for professional journalists? •Proceso is starting to publish some articles anonymously - what are the advantages and disadvantages? •Should journalism schools teach circumvention techniques to students to protect their identity and publish anonymously? •What is the role of the professional journalist in the online information ecology? •Is Judith’s work financially sustainable? •Should the government regulate online information? Questions for Discussion
  18. 18. Chapter 2: Circumvention and Anonymity
  19. 19. Every website you’ve visited knows ...
  20. 20. Cookie Monster
  21. 21. Wireshark
  22. 22. VPN’s Versus Tor
  23. 23. Anonymous Blogging with Wordpress & Tor http://advocacy.globalvoicesonline.org/projects/guide
  24. 24. FlossManuals: Circumvention Tools http://en.flossmanuals.net/CircumventionTools http://translate.flossmanuals.net/CircumventionTools_es
  25. 25. “Without a Trace: Turn Your Flash Drive into a Portable Privacy Toolkit” http://lifehacker.com/5629082/without-a-trace-turn- your-flash-drive-into-a-portable-privacy-toolkit
  26. 26. Gracias! oso@el-oso.net twitter: @oso facebook: dsasaki

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