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[liberationtech] RSF to launch leaked doc drop

Sabine Blanc sabine at owni.fr
Wed Aug 1 10:30:49 PDT 2012


Hi,

I have written a paper in
French<http://owni.fr/2012/07/23/rsf-hacke-la-censure/>,
there were guys from Telecomix, among others.

Best,

Sabine Blanc
Journaliste @ OWNI
OWNI, Prix ONA 2010 et 2011 General Excellence in Online Journalism,
Non-English, Small Site
06 98 55 22 03
01 58 30 51 00
50 ter, rue de Malte 75011 Paris



2012/8/1 Katherine Maher <katherine.maher at gmail.com>

> Reporters sans frontiers announced that it is launching a new project to
> accept leaked docs from journalists, bloggers, dissidents, etc. It held a
> hackathon last week in Paris on the topic. Does anyone know more about it,
> i.e. has participated in the hackathon, have been invited to audit the
> code, etc?
>
> Link: http://wefightcensorship.org/en.html
>
> Overview from EDRI-gram:
>
> Reporters Sans Frontières (RSF) is looking to take the Wikileaks path
>> and will start accepting the publication of censured documents in
>> October 2012 on a new dedicated platform.
>> Called “We Fight Censorship”, the RSF platform will distribute censored
>> documents received from journalists, bloggers or political dissidents in
>> order to offer a “digital shelter” for those who, by revealing such
>> documents, might be persecuted, condemned, imprisoned or even
>> assassinated.
>> “Thanks to a digital ultra-secured safe, the Internet
>> users will be able to provide the organisation, anonymously, with
>> documents affected by censorship or interdicted for publication” stated
>> RSF who also added that the documents will not be published as such but
>> put into context and the contents included will be verified to ensure
>> the accuracy and correctness of the shared information.
>> RSF already organised in 2010 an “anti-censure shelter” space for the
>> protection of political dissidents, journalists and bloggers threatened
>> by authorities, which allows them to surf and communicate rather safely
>> by using various ciphering and anonymization tools.
>> On 21 July 2012, the association organised a hackathon in order to test
>> the reliability of the platform and the security of the document
>> transmission system.
>>
>
>
>
> --
> Katherine R. Maher
>
> +1.203.858.7316
> katherine.maher at gmail.com
> @krmaher
>
>
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