An event with three journalists and writers. Mónica González (Chile), recognized on numerous occasions for her work, won the 2019 National Journalism Prize for her career of over 40 years dedicated to journalism. Marta Peirano (Spain) has been co-director of the COPYFIGHT free culture project and was the founder of the CryptoParty and HackHackers Berlin, initiatives related to Internet privacy and security. Her most popular work, El pequeño libro rojo del activista en la red, was the first book given a prologue by Edward Snowden. Her TEDx talk on privacy has over two million views. Alejandro Santos (Colombia) is the current editor of Semana magazine and has won the Simón Bolívar National Journalism Prize six times. They will talk to the Colombian journalist Yolanda Ruiz.