Contributor List

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The following people have drafted or otherwise directly contributed to text which is in the current version of the book. The illustrations are by graphic designer Kate Hudson.

  • Gregor Aisch, Open Knowledge Foundation

  • Brigitte Alfter,

  • David Anderton, Freelance Journalist

  • James Ball, The Guardian

  • Caelainn Barr, Citywire

  • Mariana Berruezo, Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires

  • Michael Blastland, Freelance Journalist

  • Mariano Blejman, Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires

  • John Bones, Verdens Gang

  • Marianne Bouchart, Bloomberg News

  • Liliana Bounegru, European Journalism Centre

  • Brian Boyer, Chicago Tribune

  • Paul Bradshaw, Birmingham City University

  • Wendy Carlisle, Australian Broadcasting Corporation

  • Lucy Chambers, Open Knowledge Foundation

  • Sarah Cohen, Duke University

  • Alastair Dant, The Guardian

  • Helen Darbishire, Access Info Europe

  • Chase Davis, Center for Investigative Reporting

  • Steve Doig, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism of Arizona State University

  • Lisa Evans, The Guardian

  • Tom Fries, Bertelsmann Stiftung

  • Duncan Geere, Wired UK

  • Jack Gillum, Associated Press

  • Jonathan Gray, Open Knowledge Foundation

  • Alex Howard, O’Reilly Media

  • Bella Hurrell, BBC

  • Nicolas Kayser-Bril, Journalism++

  • John Keefe, WNYC

  • Scott Klein, ProPublica

  • Alexandre Léchenet, Le Monde

  • Mark Lee Hunter, INSEAD

  • Andrew Leimdorfer, BBC

  • Friedrich Lindenberg, Open Knowledge Foundation

  • Mike Linksvayer, Creative Commons

  • Mirko Lorenz, Deutsche Welle

  • Esa Mäkinen, Helsingin Sanomat

  • Pedro Markun, Transparência Hacker

  • Isao Matsunami, Tokyo Shimbun

  • Lorenz Matzat, OpenDataCity

  • Geoff McGhee, Stanford University

  • Philip Meyer, Professor Emeritus, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Claire Miller, WalesOnline

  • Cynthia O’Murchu, Financial Times

  • Oluseun Onigbinde, BudgIT

  • Djordje Padejski, Knight Journalism Fellow, Stanford University

  • Jane Park, Creative Commons

  • Angélica Peralta Ramos, La Nacion (Argentina)

  • Cheryl Phillips, The Seattle Times

  • Aron Pilhofer, New York Times

  • Lulu Pinney, Freelance Infographic Designer

  • Paul Radu, Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

  • Simon Rogers, The Guardian

  • Martin Rosenbaum, BBC

  • Amanda Rossi, Friends of Januária

  • Martin Sarsale, Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires

  • Fabrizio Scrollini, London School of Economics and Political Science

  • Sarah Slobin, Wall Street Journal

  • Sergio Sorin, Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires

  • Jonathan Stray, The Overview Project

  • Brian Suda, (

  • Chris Taggart, OpenCorporates

  • Jer Thorp, The New York Times R&D Group

  • Andy Tow, Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires

  • Luk N. Van Wassenhove, INSEAD

  • Sascha Venohr, Zeit Online

  • Jerry Vermanen,

  • César Viana, University of Goiás

  • Farida Vis, University of Leicester

  • Pete Warden, Independent Data Analyst and Developer

  • Chrys Wu, Hacks/Hackers

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Het ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschap (OCW)
Open Knowledge International

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