It would be great to interview investigative journalists who publish in Russian. Maybe some of them would be interested in using SecureDrop. Or even better: we could discover there already exists a SecureDrop instance available in Russian. And even if this interview does not lead to SecureDrop in any way, it is a precious input that will guide projects (such as Enough) who try to provide practical solutions to real world problems.
Here are journalists who would be good candidates. I’m planning to try to get in touch with them. If someone already know one… that would be great
- Pavel Felgenhauer. interview of Pavel Gelgenhauer April 2018 editorialist at novaya gazeta.
- Yulia Latynina editorialist at novaya gazeta, sent a disposable tweet to https://twitter.com/YLatynina to get in touch with her. Recently active on http://latynina.tv/.
- https://t.me/operdrain sent mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
- https://t.me/DailyWar sent mail to email@example.com
- https://t.me/directorate4 sent mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
- https://t.me/russica2 sent mail to email@example.com
I am working on SecureDrop, a whistleblower submission system that media organizations can install to securely accept documents from anonymous sources. A Russian translation was recently added and we are looking for investigative journalists who would want to use it to better protect their sources.
Would you have time to discuss about this?