The Panama Papers dropped like a bomb! In a post-Wikileaks and Snowden world, it's still the biggest leak in whistleblower history.
The Prime Minister of Iceland stepped down after the leaks revealed his offshore (but legal) corporate practices. But no offense to our Icelandic friends — that hardly feels like a windfall change. How much power did he really have?
Will the Panama Papers lead to actual change? Or will we just find a few sacrificial goats and go back to business as usual?