We are Distributed Denial of Secrets. We enable the free transmission of data in the public interest. We aim to avoid any political, corporate or personal leanings, and to act as a simple beacon of available information. We recently got kicked off the birdsite for publishing BlueLeaks: ddosecrets.com/data/north_amer

@ddosecrets How does publishing law enforcement details help society at large? All I see is endangerment and potential harrassment from your "available information" being disseminated. If I had a dump of your credit cards and financial info, would you publish that? Your home address and phone? You've already taken a stance simply by pushing it out there, you pompous knobs.

@ddosecrets Doxing people isn't defensible. If these leaks were appropriately handled - much how Wikileaks did - that would be a different story. In its original form it was only intended to expose people and their families if they happened to have an association with law enforcement. Articles on the data is one thing, posting a direct link to the dump is another.

@TallTim We redacted a large portion of the dataset. How was our handling different from Wikileaks?

@ddosecrets You're assuring that there is no meta-data in there that points to someone's home or family? This is playing with people's lives. You better be fucking sure.

@TallTim Police are the ones with a body tally and a habit of killing Black people. DDoSecrets, on the other hand, has not been linked to any acts of violence.


@ddosecrets @TallTim FYI police murder more "white" people than "black" people.

I'm all for fighting police corruption, but it's not a race thing.

@lukedashjr If you're going to talk a load of horseshit, refer to data. We don't waste our time with lore.

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