Leaks: WhistleBlowerAid.org - Safe Whistleblowing Workshop Livestream
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Sun Aug 1 13:19:57 PDT 2021
On Sun, Aug 1, 2021, 12:09 PM David Barrett <dbarrett at expensify.com> wrote:
> Kind of related to this, but for corporate rather than political purposes:
That's a great thing, David. Thank you. Not sure why you're on this
kinda-messed-up list, maybe for the tidbits that fall out sometimes.
It does read to me like the article leaves out two things that are pretty
- confirmation or a date that the nda's are actually amended
- letting people disclose illegal acts done in the name of the business, as
well as between people in the workplace
Not meaning to argue anything, just relating how it read to me.
Apologies for below cruft; on mobile.
On Sun, Aug 1, 2021, 5:22 AM grarpamp <grarpamp at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 8/1/21, stef <s at ctrlc.hu> wrote:
>> > wasn't intelexit an art project by the berlin peng! collective?
>> Yes, and also by Schneier and Drake, but it's not purely art
>> since they do take intake, even if it only ends up in a referral.
>> There was also OpenLeaks by ?Dan D-Berg?, which is long dead.
>> And a few other uniques.
>> Plus all the news media digging for scraps
>> ever since WL went inactive while still sitting
>> on old, and intaking new, docs.
>> Almost no services mentioned in this entire thread have
>> or will ever publish currently active TOP-SECRET/SCI
>> unredacted for its full impact.
>> And the choice of where to go, from self-publishing into
>> the darknet, up through formal GovCorp whistleblowing
>> channels, is certainly not easy.
>> That's another reason GovCorp wants to keep WL on ice
>> in limbo forever... no resolution = a FUD environment
>> keeping new leakers mentally trapped inside it.
>> There's a path out of that trap...
>> If what you see is wrong, there's really no option
>> but to do the right thing.
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