Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Public can now search offshore companies involved in Panama Papers data hack

Many times when whistleblower organizations release information from hacked or third party provided sources, the data is dumped in a non-linear method which makes it harder for the common person to sift through the meta-data to find important points which can be of some use.  However, after weeks of criticism by the likes of Wikileaks and other alternative outlets which pointed out that the ICIJ ‘cherry picked’ corporations released in their first announcement of those who offshored money and assets, the independent media organization has now opened up the entire hacked database to the public and has even created a search engine for easier access.


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