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One News offers several ways to securely send information and documents to our investigative journalists. No system is 100% secure, but these tools attempt to create a more secure environment than that provided by normal communication channels. Please review the fine print before using any of these tools so you can choose the best option for your communication needs. In addition to using one of these tools, we recommend that you:
- Use a secure computer to communicate with us—one that does not maintain enterprise software or malware that might be used to record your activities;
- Use an operating system that helps preserve your privacy and anonymity, such as Tails;
- Delete trails of communication that you store on your computer, such as copies of messages or your secure codename assigned when using the service;
- Run any files you send to us through a metadata-scrubbing tool to minimize the risk of unintentionally sending us information embedded in the documents, such as an author’s name.
Signal is a free, end-to-end encrypted messaging app, which allows you to communicate directly with One News. You can send text messages, images and video. It also allows you to talk securely with a reporter by calling them via the Signal app. No metadata is retained by Signal. It can be downloaded from the app store. Signal can be configured to delete messages automatically at a designated time interval.
One News’s Signal phone number: +1 855-256-5233
WhatsApp is a free messaging app with end-to-end encryption that also allows the transfer of documents, photos and videos. WhatsApp can be used to make secure phone calls. It is owned by Facebook. Some data is retained by WhatsApp.
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