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The Wall Street Journal has joined the group of news outlets to establish its own way for the public to pass on documents anonymously to the newspaper, Forbes’ Jeff Bercovici reported.

The WSJ’s site is called “WSJ Safehouse” and is the first U.S. newspaper-established drop box, according to Bercovici. WSJ.com’s managing editor, Kevin Delaney, told Bercovici that WSJ Safehouse makes it so sources can digitally pass on documents without “leaving an electronic trail.”

Read more about WSJ Safehouse here.

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Bercovici also provided an update on the New York Times’ planned dropbox. According to an unidentified Times spokesperson, the Times is “continuing to work on it.”

 

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