STOCKHOLM — WikiLeaks soon won't be the only secret-spilling game in town.
former co-worker of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange plans to launch a
rival website Monday called Openleaks that will help anonymous sources
deliver sensitive material to public attention.
In a documentary
by Swedish broadcaster SVT, due to be aired Sunday and obtained in
advance by The Associated Press, former WikiLeaks spokesman Daniel
Domscheit-Berg said the new website will work as an outlet for anonymous
"Openleaks is a technology project that is aiming to be a
service provider for third parties that want to be able to accept
material from anonymous sources," Domscheit-Berg said rare interviews
conducted in Berlin.