How the HSBC whistleblower used the Internet to leak private bank information to the police

Stefano Pozzeban reports:

Hervé Falciani, the French-Italian whistleblower who handed over information on 100,000 HSBC client accounts to French authorities in 2009, has published a detailed account on how the transfer of the data actually took place.

The IT engineer has published a book, La Cassaforte degli Evasori, which tells his side of the story, writing how he came up with the decision to organise the greatest leak of secret bank details to date.

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Note: the “whistleblower” label is Business Insiders’ headline for the story. DataBreaches.net does not necessarily view Falciani as a whistleblower.

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