Tag: mexico

by David Agren

Last month, photographs of a woman were posted on the Twitter account @Miut3 with an ominous message. “My life has come to an end today. Don’t put your families at risk like I did,” the tweet read. “I’m sorry. I died for nothing. They are closer on our trail than you think.” The woman depicted […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Nearly one-third of U.S. adults have abandoned a news outlet due to dissatisfaction (Poynter) 2. Twitter beats the sell-side after Cyprus bailout (Business Insider) 3. RSS app Feedly gains half a million users after death of Google Reader announced (memeburn) 4. Uber, data Darwinism, and the future of work (GigaOm) 5. In Mexico, tweeting […] more »

by Eva Constantaras

The premise of the collaboration was simple: if organized crime can establish and manage a transnational, multibillion dollar business from Colombia to Mexico, surely Latin American journalists can band together to track them. A collective investigation into organized crime by independent online investigative outlets could reveal how organized crime networks operate and perpetuate human rights […] more »