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Panama Papers: Has the media censored the story?

Can the corporate-owned media really hold the corporate world to account?

The papers - 11.5 million documents in all - have revealed how Mossack Fonseca, a Panama-based law firm, allegedly helped current and former world leaders, as well as businessmen, criminals, celebrities and sports stars evade or avoid tax via anonymously-owned shell companies and offshore accounts.

In terms of the size of the leak and the scale of the journalistic collaboration, the story has garnered wall-to-wall coverage and dominated the front pages of newspapers across the world.  Read more.

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