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  • Beneficial Ownership Data is Critical in the Fight Against Corruption

    In the aftermath of a “disastrous” European court ruling, we explain why journalists — and the public — need access to corporate ownership registries.


  • A Decade After His Death, Magnitsky Beats Russia in European Court

    The European Court ruled on Tuesday that the Russian government violated several articles in the European Convention on Human Rights over the course of its 11-month pre-trial detention and posthumous criminal conviction of Sergei Magnitsky, a Russian tax auditor and government corruption whistleblower, who was found dead on the floor of his small jail cell in northeastern Moscow ten years ago. 

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