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OpenLEAKS is a project that aims at making whistleblowing safer and more widespread. This will be done by providing dedicated and generally free services to whistleblowers and organizations interested in transparency. We will also create a Knowledge Base aiming to provide a comprehensive reference to all areas surrounding whistleblowing. 

Watch their draft video to see how they plan to work and how this is different from existing whistleblowing platforms. 

Read their founding statement on their News page for more details.

  In the upcoming weeks and months they will be releasing more information regarding their concept and progression thereof. 


Community and Service Provider

OpenLeaks considers itself a non-profit community and service provider for whistleblowers and organizations, media, and individuals who engage in promoting transparency. It makes leaking at a local, grassroot level possible and allows for certain scalability.

OpenLeaks will not accept or publish documents on its own platform, but rather create many "digital dropboxes" for its community members, each adapted to the specific needs of their members so that they can provide a safe and trusted leaking option for whistleblowers.

They are concentrating on making the process of submitting leaks safe and easy, thus they do not focus on review or publishing (the other parts of the leaking process). That will be done by members of their community: NGOs, media, independent organizations, and more. These participants will be diverse in nature and in regionality, coming from all over the globe in later phases.

The split between submission and publication of leaked documents makes the whole process safer for all who participate in it, and at the same time makes scaling so much easier. Watch our video, which explains this concept visually.

WATCH OpenLEAKS Introductory video below:

OpenLeaks 101 from openleaks on Vimeo.


Whistleblowing Knowledge Base

Besides developing and building the technical platform, OpenLEAKS want to encourage leaking all over the world while minimizing risks for whistleblowers. With this goal in mind they are creating a Knowledge Base that covers as many countries as possible, giving answers to questions with regard to local legislation, source and whistleblower protection, precedence cases and more. 

  OpenLEAKS states they will need the help of the global community to fill this database with high-quality content and to keep it up to date. If you believe you can aid us in this substantial task, please Contact them.

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