Thursday June 4, 2020

Namaleaks website set to launch in two weeks

Site designed as a secure way to supply information in the public interest

3rd July, 2016
Mick Wallace and fellow TD Clare Daly will help run the new site

Namaleaks, a secure information-leaking website being set up by TD Mick Wallace and some key Edward Snowden allies, is to launch within two weeks, a source familiar with its plans said.

The site is designed as a secure way for people to supply information they deem is in the public interest about Nama and other Irish financial institutions. It is being launched with the support of the Intercept, the online publication that helped CIA whistleblower...

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