Corrupt Latin Americans hire Eliminalia, the Spanish company that launders reputations on the web
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|“Files show how Eliminalia worked for scammers, spyware companies, torturers, convicted criminals, corrupt politicians, and others in the global underworld to hide information of public interest”.– Forbidden Stories|
The company persecutes the media and journalists and even manipulates the results that appear on the first page of Google with various strategies that it sells for thousands of dollars to clients around the world with a past they prefer to hide.
It is said that if something is published on the web, it exists forever. But the truth is a bit more complicated.
Daniel Sánchez, a Mexican investigative journalist, realized this a few years ago when in August 2018 he began receiving text messages and calls asking him to delete an article he had published. They claimed to be lawyers.
The article in question, published on Página 66 , was an investigation into how the video surveillance company Interconecta, which had been hired by the governor of the state of Campeche, in Mexico, had been linked to cases of corruption and tax fraud.Read more ...