Leaking anonymously is hard. Here’s how to do it right, and not get caught.


So you’ve decided to become a leaker. 

Be it government corruption, corporate malfeasance, evidence of Russian hacking, or just some garden-variety, messed up shit someone wants to stay under wraps—a secret caught your eye, and you’ve decided it needs to be exposed. 

But how to do it without getting burned in the process?

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In an age when practically every waking moment is captured, analyzed, and logged for posterity, leaking anonymously is far from a simple task. Just ask Chelsea Manning, Edward Snowden, or one of the many tech employees fired over the years for sharing internal company details with the press.  Read more…

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