Fabiola Torres López is a Peruvian investigative journalist whose reporting focuses on digital journalism and data. López is co-founder and editor of OjoPublico, an independent, non-profit newsroom based in Lima. In 2014, López led OjoPúblico’s data team in conceiving Cuentas Juradas (Sworn accounts), the first news app to analyze the evolution of assets of public officers based on their affidavits. She is co-founder of Hacks/Hackers Lima. The IWMF funded López’s project, The Stolen Memory Project, which is the first journalistic investigation into the International Illicit Traffic in Cultural Goods based on big data and will employ a mix of investigative journalism, programming and data analysis.