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The Chronicle offers several ways to get in touch with and provide materials to our journalists. No communication system is completely secure, but these tools can help protect your anonymity. We are committed in ensuring your anonymity and will safeguard information that is provided to us.


WhatsApp is a free messaging app with full end-to-end encryption for its service. Only the sender and recipient can read messages, photos, videos, voice messages, documents and calls. WhatsApp is owned by Facebook and it keeps some records of the phone numbers involved in the exchange and the users’ metadata, including timestamps on messages.

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Signal is a free and open source messaging app offers end-to-end encryption to send messages, photos, video and calls. Signal retains only your phone number, when you first registered with the service and when you were last active. No metadata surrounding communications is retained. Signal also allows messages to self-destruct, removing them from the recipient’s and sender’s phones (once it’s been seen) after a set amount of time.

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If you choose, yuou may send us encrypted or unencrypted emails. If you use PGP encryption, here is our fingerprint and link to our public key. If you use our public key with a mail encryption plugin, for example Mailvelope or Enigmail, this encrypts the contents of your message but not the subject line or the name of the sender.

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 Postal Mail

Mail delivered through the postal service is another secure means of communicating with The Chronicle.


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