In a video guide for whistleblowers, Julian Assange, founder of the whistleblowing website Wikileaks, offers tips on making anonymous disclosures, and states that Wikileaks has never lost a whistleblower. In an age of expanding domestic surveillance, it may be that no measures can completely eliminate the risk of one’s identity being revealed. On the other hand, many prospective whistleblowers are dangerously naive about reducing their risk of exposure. (more…)
The International Whistleblower Archive (IWA) is seeking historical documents from truth-tellers whose cases reveal important information about waste, fraud and abuse in government and business.”
The IWA is establishing a permanent library for thousands of documents related to the cases of American whistleblowers. The documents represent a priceless resource for those will defend future truthtellers from retaliation and will give historians and journalists access to historic details that otherwise might be lost.
Accordingly, the database is now urging all those with documents related to major whistleblowing cases to contact our offices as soon as possible to discuss their preservation in the years ahead.”
For more information, go to our Archive section.