"Using Python for Digital Investigations" With the vast amount of publicly available data unleashed by the internet's rise, anyone can now document war crimes, track extremist movements, and investigate environmental abuses. This talk will cover how Python tools and developers can accelerate and improve the accessibility of such digital investigations, and hold power to account. Speaker: Tristan Lee
Tristan Lee is a Data Scientist & Developer at Bellingcat, a non-profit independent research collective that uses open-source data to investigate human rights abuses, environmental issues, wrongdoings by the powerful, the radical fringes of society, and everything in between. His work focuses on far-right and conspiracy theory networks online, as well as tool development and open-source software community outreach.