FaithLeaks is a non profit media organization founded on the belief that increased transparency within religious organizations results in fewer untruths, less corruption, and less abuse. The organization provides sources and whistleblowers the technical ability to anonymously submit sensitive documents for use by professional and citizen journalists for starting and expanding news reporting, public commentary, and criticism related to religion.
FaithLeaks is a project by the Truth and Transparency Foundation, a non profit founded by Ryan McKnight and Ethan Gregory Dodge in November 2017.
FaithLeaks uses SecureDrop, an open-source submission system that allows us to securely accept documents from and communicate with anonymous sources. This system is also used by many news organizations including the Washington Post, the Guardian, the New York Times, and many more.
SecureDrop requires the use of the Tor network, a hidden network within the Internet that better protects your privacy and identity. Intimidated? Don’t be! Here’s how to use Tor to submit to FaithLeaks in 5 simple steps:
Documents submitted to FaithLeaks are encrypted in transit and at rest on our servers. No identifying information about the source, their computer, IP address, or browser is logged.
Access to our SecureDrop server can be found by copying and pasting this url into the Tor Browser: http://efeip5ekoqi4upkz.onion/