November 13th 2012 – WordswithMeaning.org, a globally acknowledged provider of opinionated alternative editorials has announced the debut of “Disclosure Vault” – A file database that allows users to view and download various documents, leaks, white papers and archives (as well as site mirrors from various now-unavailable sources) for free, no questions asked.
Raising the bar for transparency and disclosure has always been a top priority for WordswithMeaning!
Over the next few months the Disclosure Vault is expected to include police and law enforcement transcripts, court documents, aviation disaster black box recordings, reports and multiple FOIA official papers.
With the help of cloud storage provider ‘Box’, the ability to upload and submit various tip-offs and documents anonymously will be integrated by July next year. This will provide whistle blowers and researchers with an all-new platform to submit to.
In traditional WordswithMeaning.org fashion; the website will require no sign-ups or payments and can be accessed from any proxy or anonymity network (such as TOR). Any submissions will NOT be redacted (providing they aren’t before we receive/acquire them) and the entire file database will be ‘dumped’ for all to download every 3 months and annually.
The Disclosure Vault is now live at http://wordswithmeaning.org/