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Forensics in the Smart Home
14:15-15:15

Marco Maas uses a "Smart Home Forensic Kit" to get to the bottom of the Internet of Things. He helps journalists understand what data is actually being collected and transmitted - and to where. In this way, they can collect and analyze their own data in order to understand the possibilities, but also the dangers, of the Internet of Things.

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Datenfreunde GmbH
Data journalist, founder and managing director
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The Markup
Investigative journalist, artist and engineer
Chair
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Freelance Journalist
Reportage journalist, speaker and moderator
Get Involved
(Booking through our partner MFG)

Due to COVID-19, the Journalism of Things Conference 2021 will take place via Zoom. Participants will receive access details by email. There are two types of ticket: Basic Ticket, which entitles you to use all streams; or Plus Ticket, where holders get a hardware package with which they can immediately start tinkering in the workshops.

Basic Ticket: €25

Access to all talks and workshops, also available as recordings after the conference.

Plus Ticket: €75

Access to all talks and workshops, also available as recordings after the conference. Plus a hardware package worth €150. This includes all the components needed for the workshops: an Octopus board; a sensor for a CO2 traffic light; a speedometer; a fitness bracelet; components for collecting and measuring microplastics.