Transparency International (TI) Ireland is the Irish chapter of the worldwide movement against corruption (defined as the abuse of entrusted power for private gain).
Speak Up is a service for anyone facing an ethical dilemma or considering reporting wrongdoing at work. It's for people or organisations that have been the victim of corruption or white collar crime. It's for anyone who wants to see an end to corruption, cronyism and unchecked conflicts of interest. By calling our free phone number, or using Transparency International Ireland's secure email system, you can get the information and help you need to report or stop corruption before someone else becomes a victim.
Uses a Hushmail anonymous nym.hush.com email alias to an encrypted Hushmail email account and Hushmail encrypted Form
Would require a Canadian court order to force Hushmail to compromise this.
phone: 01 6127067
Helpline 1800 844 866
Freephone telephone (in the Irish republic) :
By phone - Freephone 1800 844 866
Bear in mind when calling:
Our office hours are 10.00 to 18.00 Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays) You do not have to give your name or your contact details (however we will need some contact details if we are to follow up on your initial call) Any details you provide will treated in the strictest confidence A call back from the service team members will appear on your phone without caller ID No telephone conversation can be encrypted or guaranteed to be 100% fully secure You can choose to leave a voicemail message if we were unable to answer when you called
Transparency International Ireland
6-9 Trinity Street, Dublin 2
Republic of Ireland
Social Networking publicity
Blog / RSS
Financial Donation methods
https://transparency.ie/donate FAQ about donations to TI Ireland
Can you accept anonymous donations? No, we can't. The organisations governing documents and commitments to the TI movement mean that we must disclose all of our revenue sources. So, please ensure you give us your contact details when making a donation. You can tell us to restrict your funds to a certain cause or programme of activity. What's Ammado? Ammado is an online community space that connects nonprofts, companies and individuals dedicated to positive change. See our Ammado profile here.
Donations can be made directly to Transparency International Ireland's bank a/c
Bank of Ireland, Lower Baggot, St Dublin 2.
A/c No: 69163705
Sort Code: 901490
Transparency International (Ireland)
6-9 Trinity Street, Dublin 2
Currently accepting submissions of whistleblower leaks ?
Explicit promises about Anonymity, Privacy or Security
The Hushmail email address and Contact / Submissions Form are correctly described as Secure, but they are not Anonymous.
No telephone conversation can be encrypted or guaranteed to be 100% fully secure
Promises are made to treat each case in the strictest confidence.
Restrictive Legal Terms & Conditions
Practical Advice on preserving Whistleblower Anonymity
Think carefully about the information you give us Avoid sending information from a work or home computer Make sure that the computer you use to send us this message is free of malware and spyware - particularly keystroke logging malware. Update and upgrade your antivirus protection software Consider setting up your own Hushmail account to communicate with us. You can setup a free hushmail email account here. Address your hushmail emails to
Remember that no phone call is 100% secure Consider using a nickname or only your first name. It is not necessary for us to initially know your full name
Offer the names of people, companies or organisations involved in any case you're reporting on - we initially do not need specific details in helping you deal with your dilemma or concern Call from your office or home landline. Also avoid calling from a bill-pay phone Tell your colleagues you are reporting a concern until you are sure you have support from a legal professional or people you trust Make a copy of your correspondence with us on your home or work computer
Leak Submission Encryption
Digital Certificate fingerprints published on their website:
Qualsys SSLLabs SSL Server Test rating:
Overall rating: B 
Protocol Support: 85
Key Exchange: 80
Cipher Strength: 60
A couple of 56 bit Weak cipher keys suites have not been forbidden.
OCSP enabled (switch this off in your web browser if you are feeling paranoid)
The Hushmail Secure Form has a better score:
Overall rating: A 
Protocol Support: 85
Key Exchange: 90
Cipher Strength: 90
One of the best SSLabs test scores available
PGP Public Encryption Key
(although they could use their Hushmail Open PGP one if they chose to do so)
TOR Hidden Service
Hushmail Secure Form
Leak Submission Anonymity
TOR users blocked from access
3rd Party or persistent tracking cookies or graphics
CAPTCHA graphics generated from another website e.g. GoogleRe-Captcha
Mixed mode non-SSL graphics or style sheets
Embedded video clips etc. from another website e.g. YouTube
Flash file uploader class
Communications / Acknowledgement back to the whistleblower via the website
Acknowledgement of receipt of information
e.g. file upload success indicator - has the leak message or upload
actually been received successfully ?
Leak analysis work flow status reporting
e.g. Has anyone actually looked at what the whistleblower has submitted ?
Private message box
e.g for 2 way communications back to the anonymous whistleblower, asking
for clarification, offering advice etc.
Domain Name Resilience
Domain Name Registrar
register.ieis in the Republic of Ireland
Multiple Internet Service Providers, in different legal jurisdictions ?
Domain Name Server(s) & jurisdiction(s)
digiweb.ie is in the Republic of Ireland
Web Server hosting jurisdiction(s)
transparency.ie 18.104.22.168 is in Ireland(IE)
Actual Physical Mirrors of the website:
Content officially available via BitTorrent etc P2P etc.