How the ICIJ Used Neo4j to Unravel the Panama Papers ?

Webinar | Thursday, May 26th


 How the ICIJ Used Neo4j to Unravel the Panama Papers


Thursday, May 26th

9:00 PDT | 18:00 CEST

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Involving 2.6 TB of data and 11.5 million documents, The Panama Papers were the biggest leak and the largest cross-border investigation in journalism history. This massive trove of documents exposed how the offshore economy works like never before.

Join this webinar to learn how graph databases were key in revealing the main names connected to companies in tax havens, including 140 politicians in more than 50 countries.

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About the Speaker

Mar Cabra, Editor, Data & Research Unit, ICIJ

Mar Cabra is the Editor of the Data and Research Unit at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists(ICIJ), the organization responsible for breaking the Panama Papers story. Mar has over 11 years of experience working in data journalism, including the BBC, CNN and the Miami Herald.




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