The leak of 50,000 documents from a Spanish company dedicated to “erasing the past” of its clients on the Internet reveals a plot of dark maneuvers that affects those accused of drug trafficking, espionage, corruption or fraud, including 400 Latin American citizens and companies. .
According to the description it makes of its activities, Eliminalia looks for negative information in articles, blogs or social networks to later manage its elimination. The company defends itself on concepts such as the right to be forgotten (used by people who ask to remove references to their crimes when they already pay for them) to deploy a repeating modus operandi.
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