The hackers exposing government-wide crime and corruption

At an undisclosed location in Sarajevo, a group of sophisticated hackers are engaged in a high-stakes cat and mouse game with some of the world’s most sinister governments.

The group works with investigative journalists across the globe to expose government-wide crime and corruption.

But those involved in illicit dealings don’t appreciate the attention. They go to great lengths to shut down investigative reporting through cyber attacks and other intimidation tactics.

Can the group remain vigilant and use their unique talents to help the truth come to light?

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