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Stories you may have missed this week...


Arizona: Prosecutors offer bribery case details in exchange for closed lips Arizona Daily Sun

New Jersey: NJ Senator Menendez seeks dismissal of corruption case Reuters

New York: Capitol Watch: Silver Decision Reignites Ethics Debate U.S. News

USA: Talk Of Voter Fraud Dominates First Meeting Of Election Integrity Commission NPR

France: Décodex: vérification de sources d'informations, pages Facebook, et chaînes YouTube Le Monde

India: Court rejects plea for CBI probe against Modi over graft allegations in defence ministry Hindustan Times 

Mexico: Former governor of Mexico's Veracruz state extradited from Guatemala to face corruption charges Los Angeles Times

Pakistan: Font Could Be The Key To Corruption Probe Of Pakistan's Prime Minister NPR

South Korea: Former head of South Korean geoscience center convicted of laundering $1 million in bribes Los Angeles Times

Spain: Spanish soccer executive, son arrested in corruption probe USA Today


Balancing Integrity with Privacy Interests


Fighting Cyber-Corruption with Background Checks

In CAPI's latest publication, Professors Robin J. Kempf and Chelsea Binns delve into cybercrime, which has become increasingly prevalent in recent years. Given that within United States government agencies, the majority of cybercrimes are committed by employees, background checks have become increasingly important. This brief explores the most common cybercrimes and the pros and cons of background checks, as well as what the public sector can glean from the financial industry's hiring practices. Read the full publication here

CAPI Members Forum

Don't forget to join the CAPI community on our Members Forum. The forum serves as a platform for anti-corruption practitioners and scholars to engage in dialogue, and post articles and interesting scholarship. If you have not done so already, please join the Members Forum community here. We look forward to great dialogue!
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