The software is developed by the Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights.
With your support, we can continue to maintain, develop, and improve GlobaLeaks!
Thanks to GlobaLeaks even non-technical people are be able to setup their own anonymous whistleblowing initiative. Designed to be user-friendly the software is customizable up to your needs and protects the whistleblower's privacy and submissions by default.
GlobaLeaks targets many use cases and therefore it has been designed as a framework. Designed with flexibility in mind, GlobaLeaks is nowadays adopted worldwide by more than 60 projects. Our vast range of adopters include independent media, activists, public agencies, corporations and more.
This whistleblowing software is free and open source and uses the AGPL License. It is empowered by an open community of users, volunteers and contributors who work together to constantly improve the software and documentation. If you see a problem, create an issue on our ticketing system and help us improve transparency worldwide!
The goal that motivated the early development of GlobaLeaks was the idea that whistleblowing should be as local as possible to give a voice to concerned citizens in their local context. For this reason we focused our efforts on internationalizing and localizing the software which has been fully translated in 22 languages including Chinese, Spanish, Arabic, French, German, etc.