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The drastic increase of lobbying expenditure by Big Tech companies is denting Europe’s traditionally strict privacy laws and shifting more power into the hands of corporations. And the COVID-19 is playing in the latter's hand.
An exclusive investigation reveals that Instagram prioritizes photos of scantily-clad men and women, shaping the behavior of content creators and the worldview of 140 millions Europeans in what remains a blind spot of EU regulations.
LobbyFacts is a platform gathering the available data on lobbying at the EU level and on the organisations engaging in it, making it easy to use and filter the information.
New European legislation will significantly increase the accessibility of data produced with public finances: therefore, data produced by public enterprises, i.e. companies which provide essential services such as public transport to many cities.
A database curated by ERCAS collects data, information and legislation concerning the transparency and accountability of public officials in the EU member states.
Subsidy Stories traces the flows of EU structural investment funds up to the level of local beneficiaries.
According to the 2018 Corruption Perception Index by Transparency International, Nordic countries are again global leaders in the fight against corruption. But looking at the data since 2012, Baltic countries appear to be the rising stars.
Dentons, one of the most prominent global law firms, released an interactive tool aimed at providing a comparative overview of the implementation of the EU’s fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive.
Transparency of public administrations is a demand and a right of civil society. Fundación Civio, based in Spain, wants to satisfy this demand through data journalism.
Data on the programmes supported by the European Structural Investment Funds and their implementation