WSJ soliciting leaked documents: 6 ways PR pros should prepare

The Wall Street Journal is getting in to the leaked documents business.

The most-widely read newspaper in the U.S. on Thursday announced it has created a stand-alone website on secure servers allowing the public to submit materials along with their contact information or remain. The site is called SafeHouse.

Although there is no mention of this being an alternative to Wikileaks, you don’t have to read between the lines to assume that’s exactly what it is. Remember, Time magazine called WikiLeaks the biggest journalism development since the Freedom of Information Act.

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