namaleaks.com


#1

Just seen this namaleaks.com :nin

thejournal.ie/namaleaks-2929561-Aug2016/


#2

They talk about how to send them confidential documents. Wouldn’t that be illegal under the NAMA act?


#3

I assume he’ll be leaking evidence of malfeasance on the part of NAMA debtors in addition to the stuff that serves his own agenda?


#4

And how does one not get sued under defamation laws?


#5

Parliamentary privilege.


#6

Wallace’s association with this would not give me much confidence if I was a potential whistleblower, both for the security/anonymity and for the potential agendas being advanced via this route. I’m sure he’s a decent guy but he’s well and truly compromised.


#7

I’d imagine there are jokers and schemers lining up to feed it rubbish in order to discredit it and just for the craic

I wouldn’t trust Wallace or his sidekick to sort the wheat from the chaff


#8

I neither trust nor distrust Wallace’s motivations, but his disruptive contributions to Irish politics have been net positive IMO.

Secrecy begets corruption.


#9

He was on The Last Word yesterday.

He’s working on this with IT guys who work with Ed Snowden. Loads of advice on the website about how to upload info/make contact without being discovered.
He also said he’ll be careful in what he brings to public attention i.e. he’ll check it all thoroughly first. He reckoned only 10% of the scandal he has on NAMA has made it to the floor of the Dail, thats how careful he is!


#10

At a glance the technology advice looks sound. Nothing you couldn’t get from Googling or Wikileaks mind you.


#11

Is this a screen so that he can release information he already has and plausibly deny that he knows the source?


#12

Interesting idea.