WELCOME TO UNILEAKS
29 JULY 2013.
Unileaks would like to announce a number of changes to our site.
Unileaks is partnering with a general public interest information organisation in an effort to expand the scope of submissions we can accept. We hope that the skills acquired through this partnership will facilitate better and more secure means by which whistle-blowers can reach our service. Upon the publication of our new site, details of the partnership will be revealed.
What we believe:
Unileaks firmly believes that the technology to share and receive information in the public interest should be held by everyone. Unileaks is against succumbing to the seduction of borrowed attitudes, and seeks as a core part of our activity to destroy the myth of specialism. Unileaks believes that we should actively promote the creation of decentralised networks based around specific hallmarks of information freedom. We believe that the state should play no part in the development of this network.
We firmly reject any assumption that this project can be achieved by elected officials. While we may concede they may play a minor part in a larger integrated process, real change must be both controlled and developed by a community who remains independent of those seeking to control the free flow of information.
To this end, we intend to publish a new secure submission system, along with updated guidelines on the acceptance of material sufficient for publishing. Our hope is that we will inspire others to take up the cause of information freedom in the public interest under a similar framework.