We cannot remain silent about the fact that Atlatszo is not in a foreign payroll, does not work for orders, has no intention of obstructing national goals, is not part of any backroom power, and does not eat other people’s lunch
Slovakia is a chilling case study. A laboratory of how the corrupt system was built, how it fell, how it broke down into pieces, and how it was rebuilt – tells Pavla Holcova in an interview about the film “The Killing of a Journalist”, which just premiered in Poland.
Dark screen for transparency: public access to ultimate ownership data abolished by European Court of Justice
Public access to company ownership registers is disappearing rapidly across Europe after the EU court decision.
New evidence shows that asbestos is killing even twice as many people as we previously thought it was. In 2019 alone, almost 240 thousand people died from asbestos exposure. 90 730 cases were registered in the EU and UK. But disposing asbestos is an uphill battle. What can we do about it?
According to a declassified presentation of the Hungarian security services, the money ended up at a network of companies doing online political marketing based on data collection, which were built up around emblematic faces of socialist former governments.
Even as we watch in disbelief as Twitter goes down in flames, we continue to put all our digital eggs in the baskets of Google Docs or Microsoft Office 365. We continue to host our services on Amazon AWS, behind CloudFlare. We continue to tie our businesses and public debate and our digital lives to Facebook. Because it’s easier that way. Until it’s not. But by then it’ll be too late.
The cold-blooded murder of Matúš Horváth and Juraj Vankulič in front of a gay bar in Bratislava began with online radicalization and hatred towards the LGBTI+ community.
Viktor Orbán was preparing for an important meeting that would attract international attention, but things did not go according to plan.