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WikiLeaks resumes accepting whistleblowers’ anonymous revelations after 4.5 years

WikiLeaks has opened its doors to the secret-sharing business by re-launching a beta version of the site that is accepting anonymous submission of files.

http://ibnlive.in.com/byline/Ankit-Tuteja.html

Updated:May 4, 2015, 4:22 PM IST
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WikiLeaks resumes accepting whistleblowers’ anonymous revelations after 4.5 years
WikiLeaks has opened its doors to the secret-sharing business by re-launching a beta version of the site that is accepting anonymous submission of files.
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New Delhi: Almost four and a half years of a sabbatical owing to internal turmoil and allegations, and WikiLeaks is back to support whistleblowers.

WikiLeaks has opened its doors to the secret-sharing business by re-launching a beta version of the site that is accepting anonymous submission of files.

A report on Engadget notes that even as its chief Julian Assange is under political asylum at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, the site aims to regain its reputation as a secure and fair platform for people to share and reveal information of political or historical significance.

WikiLeaks’ submission system first went down in 2010 and since then, intelligence agencies have gained momentum. Stringent surveillance tactics have made anonymous reporting of data difficult.

A WikiLeaks' spokesperson said that they had to rethink and update their identity securing measures to make submissions impervious to newer forms of surveillance.

The site runs on Tor, an encrypted network that anonymizes the source and destination of all Internet communications. It comes as a downloadable browser bundle for Windows, Mac OS X and GNU/Linux.

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