Aaron Swartz’s Last Gift to Journalism and Online Privacy Finds a New Home

By: Andrea Peterson | The Washington Post

Before Aaron Swartz's suicide in January, he had nearly completed work with Wired's Kevin Poulsen on a secure system to accept messages and documents from anonymous sources over the Internet. The result of that effort was DeadDrop, an open- source python platform. The system assigns each source a unique code name so a relationship can be established without news organizations ever knowing the source's identity.


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