Panama Papers demonstrate the rise of the digital whistleblower

Whistle businessman

Modern technology has enabled history’s biggest data leak – the revelation of 11.5 million files containing information about the secret offshore accounts of wealthy individuals. Smart technologies and the internet have changed the nature of whistleblowing by making the leaking of information much easier and faster

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