This is Birgitta Jonsdottir. She's an Icelandic MP. And quite an unusual MP.
In Iceland, she was one of the protesters who was outside of Parliament when the country's economy collapsed,
and then she was elected on a reform mandate, and she's now spearheading this project.
It's the Icelandic Modern Media Initiative, and they've just got funding to make it an international modern media project,
and this is taking all of the best laws around the world about freedom of expression,
protection of whistleblowers, protection from libel, source protection, and trying to make Iceland a publishing haven.
It's a place where your data can be free,
so when we think about, increasingly, how governments want to access user data,
what they're trying to do in Iceland is make this safe haven where it can happen.
In my own field of investigative journalism,
we're also having to start thinking globally, so this is a site called Investigative Dashboard.
And if you're trying to track a dictator's assets, for example, Hosni Mubarak, you know,
he's just funneling out cash from his country when he knows he's in trouble,
and what you want to do to investigate that is,
you need to have access to all of the world's, as many as you can, companies' house registrations databases.
So this is a website that tries to agglomerate all of those databases into one place so you can start searching for,
you know, his relatives, his friends, the head of his security services.
You can try and find out how he's moving out assets from that country.