Politicians – and their families, and close associates - should be scrutinized carefully to detect potential money laundering, according to Ireland's Central Bank Director General for Financial Conduct Derville Rowland.
Reporters in Croatia are facing growing intimidation, with authorities staying silent.
Canberra home of intelligence agent Cameron Gill was searched in what one media executive said was another attempt to intimidate reporter's sources and whistleblowers.
Greece’s anti-corruption prosecutor Eleni Touloupaki is bringing charges against 38 people linked to Piraeus Bank.
EU Justice Commissioner, Vera Jourova, announced a blacklist of countries believed to be aiding money laundering to be revived.
Bulgaria's anti-corruption chief resigns over the possession of a luxury apartment.
The Council of Europe's committee Moneyval says Malta isn't seriously committed to fighting high-level money laundering, bribery, and corruption cases.
An updated version of the popular Ricochet anonymous contact service will offer users further protection from hackers and government trackers.
Three of four Australians are worried that Federal Police raids on journalists and a growing clampdown on reporters digging into alleged government wrongdoing and secrecy is a threat to press freedom.
Australia’s three largest media organizations teamed up to fight back after police raids. The organizations want journalists exempt from national security laws passed since 2012 that "would put them in jail for doing their jobs.”
Investigative journalist Stefania Maurizi has taken her Freedom of Information request concerning the extradition case of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to the United Kingdom's Upper Tribunal, in a case with broad ramifications for FOI rights in the UK
Increasing its growing stranglehold on the media, and ignoring the concerns of the European Union, a court in Turkey has indicted 38 people, including two journalists from the financial news agency Bloomberg