On April 26, 2016, CfA launched the Google Transparency Project (GTP), an online resource that allows the public to explore the company’s influence on government, public policies, and our lives.
On April 22, 2016, The Intercept’s David Dayen published The Android Administration, exploring Google’s influence on government. The story relies on data compiled by Campaign for Accountability (CfA) for a forthcoming project that will document how Google has enjoyed unrivaled access to White House officials and has hired hundreds of “revolving door” employees.
On November 2, 2015, CfA released a new report, Academic Deception, exposing the payday lending industry’s efforts to produce so-called “academic research” to promote its agenda.
On October 1, 2015, CfA called on two congressional committees to investigate Martin Shkreli, the CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, for manipulating the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) regulatory process for his personal financial gain.
Campaign for Accountability Seeks Records That May Reveal Link Between Sheldon Adelson’s Campaign Contributions and Money Tied to Chinese Gangs
On June 10, 2015, CfA announced it was petitioning a Nevada court to release reports that were expected to reveal connections between Chinese gangs, known as triads, and Las Vegas Sands casinos in Macau.