Category Archives: Panama Papers

The Paradise Papers, Nuix and the repurposing of discovery tools and skills

One of my best moments of last year was interviewing Gerard Ryle of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists about the Panama Papers. Nuix was one of the software tools used to analyse that data and it was easy to … Continue reading

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Investigative journalism as an eDiscovery exercise

An excellent article by Greg Bufithis called the Panama Papers, eDiscovery… and a murder in the afternoon sun is primarily about the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia in Malta. She led the Panama Papers investigation into corruption in Malta, and … Continue reading

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