New York Times May Create Its Own WikiLeaks

This makes sense. The New York Times may create a technical conduit for would-be leakers to send things anonymously to the paper. One assumes it would be encrypted and provide considerable protections for its users.

The New York Times is considering options to create an in-house submission system that could make it easier for would-be leakers to provide large files to the paper.

Executive editor Bill Keller told The Cutline that he couldn't go into details, "especially since nothing is nailed down." But when asked if he could envision a system like Al Jazeera's Transparency Unit, Keller said the paper has been "looking at something along those lines."

"A small group from computer-assisted reporting and interactive news, with advice from the investigative unit and the legal department, has been discussing options for creating a kind of EZ Pass lane for leakers," Keller said.

Read the full story at Yahoo's The Cutline.

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