About this site
Anti-Corruption.fi provides information and tools for combating corruption.
Anti-Corruption.fi is a website managed and maintained by the Ministry of Justice. It provides both ordinary citizens and professional operators with impartial and fact-based information on corruption and its prevention in Finland. The goal is a transparent, impartial and corruption-free culture and society.
The website’s contents are produced by the anti-corruption cooperation network, which is the local anti-corruption body in Finland. The cooperation network has also drawn up a draft national anti-corruption strategy. The strategy sets out objectives for anti-corruption work in Finland, and one of them is to increase awareness about corruption.
Anti-Corruption.fi is managed and maintained by the Unit for Criminal Policy and Crime Prevention of the Ministry of Justice. The aim is to provide accurate and up-to-date information. The Ministry of Justice is not responsible for any possible technical errors on the website. Nor is the Ministry responsible for any harm caused by technical problems or any material published by external parties and linked to the website.
The pages in Finnish offer the widest range of information. The key contents will also be made available in Swedish and English.
The search function can be accessed via the website header. The search function generates results by default from the entire website. The results are opened in separate tabs by the type of content and listed by date of publication. Alternatively, you can organise the results by the number of hits.
The search function searches for all the search words you have given and based on the language selection on the website. The Boolean operator ’AND’ is automatically added between the search words. Searches using partial words is also possible.
The sitemap also facilitates the search for information.
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Web browsers and terminal devices
The website uses responsive design and the content adapts to the device being used. The website is best viewed with the latest browser versions. The website can also be viewed with earlier browser versions but then you might not be able to make full use of all the service features available.
Website visitor tracking
We do not collect data that would make it possible to identify individual visitors. General statistical data are collected on the use of the site. The data are then used for developing the website services. Such data include pages viewed, time of visit, IP address, web browser and operating system.
Social media and RSS feeds
It is possible to share the contents of this website on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.
The news, press releases and blog posts are available as RSS feeds. If you link to a blog heading on this website, you must acknowledge the source. Links to headlines on this website may not be used in a derogatory or misleading context or as part of a commercial service.
The Ministry of Justice aims to ensure that the content of the RSS feeds is accurate, but takes no responsibility for possible inaccuracies or errors in the content.
Copyright and linking policy
Unless otherwise noted, the Ministry of Justice holds the copyright to the texts and images published on this website. All text material can be freely used and linked to, provided that reference is made to the original source.
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