Spain’s Has 18,000 Paying Members, and Its Eye on the Next Several Million was threatened recently with a lawsuit by Juan Luís Cebrián, president of the media conglomerate Prisa (which owns major news outlets like El País and 15 percent of Le Monde).

Cebrián declared legal action against the three-and-a-half year old Spanish digital publication, the digital news outlet El Confidencial, and the television channel La Sexta, for reporting on his alleged links to the Panama Papers. ( was not among the original reporting partners in the Panama Papers, but has been doing its own investigations and is digging into the database ICIJ released May 9.)

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