There is a deficit of unfiltered English-language criticism and analysis in Hong Kong and this blog is happy to fill the gap.
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PGP – Pretty Good Privacy – encryption is a secure and confidential way to send messages by email. At our end, we use some of the anonymising technology (such as the Tor network and the Tails operating system) which journalists working on the Snowden files used.
Follow these instructions and use Tails to encrypt your message with PGP, but do not email to us. Instead, use the built-in Tor browser within Tails to navigate to this page. Then paste your excrypted text into the box below and click ‘send’. If done correctly, your confidentiality is assured, but is still sent at your own risk.
Hong Wrong’s PGP public key. Fingerprint:
34EA EEEB D397 8D43 4530
EFDB 2537 F511 1ED1 2469
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Or use the form (for non-secure messaging):
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