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Silicon Ireland: building a bridge to Brussels

In this second edition of our web series on tech lobbying, we have analysed the activities of Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple in Ireland. The results shows a tendency by these major tech companies to lobby at the national level to influence...
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Welcome to the new EU Integrity Watch

EU Integrity Watch received a major update this week. Since 2014, the platform has allowed citizens to search, rank and filter the information on lobbying activities and conflicts of interest in Brussels. In the last 5 years, EU Integrity Watch...
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Press release: side jobs of MEPs raise ethics concerns

Our full report is available here. Members of the European Parliament have earned a total of at least €18 million – and possibly as much as €41 million – from side jobs since they were elected in 2014, according to new research by...
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MEP Ferber accused of breaking ethics rules

Politico have just published a story which alleges that Markus Ferber, a Member of the European Parliament, may have breached Parliamentary ethics rules. The story claims that Ferber, who was the lead negotiator for the Markets in Financial...