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Daniel Domscheit-Berg julian assange

London — Watch out, WikiLeaks — there’s a new whistleblower on the block.

After a falling-out with WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange, an ex-staffer is set to launch a new website on Monday offering an alternative for those with secrets to share.

The site will be called Openleaks, and will provide a platform for anonymous sources to submit sensitive information.

“Openleaks is a technology project that is aiming to be a service provider for third parties that want to be able to accept material from anonymous sources,” former WikiLeaks spokesman Daniel Domscheit-Berg said in a documentary for Swedish broadcaster SVT, obtained by The Associated Press.

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