by Hugo O’Connor As part of Project FiveArm’s methodology, we are developing a blockchain integration that enables portable, anonymous, and secure credibility ratings of source material. Project FiveARM’s Hugo O’Connor explains. Cryptography, the field of study concerned with information security, confidentiality, integrity, and authentication, provides a powerful set of tools. This toolkit has been looked … Continue reading Using Blockchain for journalism source verification and reputation.
April 2017 By Nick Chesterfield, Project FiveARM Coordinator How can we use technology to cover crises better? Nick Chesterfield introduces Project FIVEARM, a collaboration between journalists, human rights investigators, advocates, and technologists that will allow people to securely collect credible eyewitness accounts. This project won a 2016 Walkley Grant for Innovation. Crisis reporting is chaotic. … Continue reading Can a Secure Crisis Journalism tool combat the fake news cyclone? Introducing Project FiveARM, a comprehensive secure source/field data verification collaboration.
Westpapuamedia’s special secure field journalism source data collection project, @ProjectFiveARM has won one of the 2016 Walkley Grants for Innovation in Journalism. Continue reading Project FiveARM secure crisis journalism source data collection project, ProjectFiveARM, wins 2016 Walkley Grant for Innovation in Journalism