The ‘Pandora Papers’: Effective use of open-source data can be a treasure trove to curb potential for corruption in South Africa (Daily Maverick)

Daily Maverick: The ‘Pandora Papers’: Effective use of open-source data can be a treasure trove to curb potential for corruption in South Africa. “The Pandora Papers and its 2016 predecessor, the Panama Papers, were based on leaked data. But the development of investigative databases to hold public bodies such as municipal authorities or police departments to account, and open-source investigation tools (OSINT), make it easier for investigators to follow the electronic clues.”

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