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“In Order To Fight a Network, You Need To Create a Network”

Paul Radu of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project gave an engaging talk at the recent TEDxBucharest gathering, looking at the globalization of crime and how investigation reporters and public-interest hackers can push back. Among the topics he covers: Russian money laundering, European horse meat, and Azerbaijan corruption. Says Radu: “In order to fight a network, you need to create a network.”

Interested in seeing more? Check out Romania’s Radu with Mexican Pulitzer Prize winner Xanic von Bertrab and Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism founder Sheila Coronel on their panel, Covering 21st Century Corruption and Organized Crime, at the Global Investigative Journalism Conference last October.

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