The following is the address of our secure site where you can anonymously upload your documents to WikiLeaks editors.
In place of a couple of academic specialists, Wikileaks provides a forum for the entire global community to examine any document relentlessly for credibility, plausibility, veracity and validity.
Wikileaks can't discuss details of security matters because we want to do everything possible to help lower the risk of sources being identified.
We consider this a sign that we can do good work. Open government exposes and undoes corruption. Powerful institutions may use whatever methods are available to them to withhold damaging information, whether by legal means, political pressure or physical violence.
Because of that, the most active editors introduced a host of new editing tools, bureaucratic procedures, and automated "bots" to combat the vandalism. This is particularly true in non-democratic and repressive regimes. There is no reason to expect any different from Wikileaks. What does not exist is a social movement emblazoning the virtues of ethical leaking. The overwhelming concern of these people was that a great deal of human suffering through lack of food, healthcare, education and other essentials stems from government resources being diverted through corruption of governance.
When comparing countries, after observations of population size and GDP, it is usual to compare the system of government, the major power groupings and the civic freedoms available to their populations.
Every day the media publishes the press releases of governments, companies and other vested interests without changing a line.
You can find more details at https: The Wikimedia Foundation, the nonprofit that pays for Wikipedia's infrastructure, is attempting to rectify the situation by tweaking Wikipedia's website and software. Tails is an operating system launched from a USB stick or a DVD that aim to leaves no traces when the computer is shut down after use and automatically routes your internet traffic through Tor. Public disclosure gives a warning that that the information has been disclosed.
Our public Advisory Board , includes courageous journalists, representatives from refugee communities, ethics and anti-corruption campaigners, including a former national head of Transparency International, human rights campaigners, lawyers and cryptographers.
In many cases, it is easier for journalists or investigators to confirm the existence of a known document through official channels such as an FOI law or legal discovery than it is to find this information when starting from nothing.
Some of the best people to analyze the document's veracity are the local dissident community, human rights groups and regional experts such as academics. The problem has never been solved and it has slowly eroded the number of Wikipedia's editors. In its landmark ruling on the Pentagon Papers , the US Supreme Court ruled that "only a free and unrestrained press can effectively expose deception in government.
Wikileaks is a based on a very simple concept. To date, as far as we can ascertain, none of the thousands of Wikileaks sources have been exposed, via Wikileaks or any other method.
There are currently over 1,200 registered volunteers, but we need more people involved at an organizational level. The probative value of documents posted on WikiLeaks in a court of law is a question for courts to decide.