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Twitter Bot Tracks Dictators' Flights to Switzerland

An automated system for tracking planes used by authoritarian regimes flying in and out of Switzerland has been set up to potentially provide evidence of money laundering. Swiss investigative journalist François Pilet and his cousin Julien Pilet set up the GVA Dictator Alert Twitter bot to track planes registered to “authoritarian regimes,” as defined by the 2015 Democracy Index.
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