> Message du 13/04/14 19:47 > De : "Anthony Papillion" > > > > What about crowdfunding leakers? If we offer enough for them to > > abandon their jobs safely, that may help quite a number of them to > > bring light against all kinds of abuses. > > The problem isn't just money. There are many legal issues involved > that crowdfunding probably can't address. In some cases, they face > simply sitting in jail for long stretches of time or maybe even > outright assassination > Well, everything should be very well considered, something like this can't be done in three days. Let's brainstorm some ideas: - A small footprint webserver; - FastCGI created interface; - PFS; - A good firewall; - A Tor hosted service; - Bitcoins/Litecoins/Dogecoings; - Journalists that will keep their mouths shut both about things they will publish and those they won't, so would-be leakers whose materials are uninteresting are not discovered by their employers; Looks like doable, yet seems the only group of people that can keep enough good journalists together is Wikileaks. I myself cannot start this thing for lack of contacts and experience, but would code for it. How each leak could be announced? "Big scary secrets from Monsanto, donate a Dogecoin to help publish this."??? The idea is that we could send this people to some safe place before they are discovered, so assassination attempts would be less of a concern. Organization, seems necessary.