WikiSpooks.com actually operates a Wiki (something which WikiLeaks.org / Wikileaks.ch no longer does) set up by Peter Presland and friends
Subject matter is the Machiavellian, smoke-and-mirrors world of Deep Politics, on which it holds to aa a presumption AGAINST authority as a reliable source of information & evidence.
Subject only to acceptance of minimal rules designed to exclude 'Thinkpol' loyalists, contributing to the WikiSpooks project is open to anyone.
WikiSpooks also invites 'whistleblower' type material through an anonymous upload facility which can be utilised in as secure a fashion as is possible on the vast spying machine that is today's World Wide Web.
https://wikispooks.com offers now offers well above average Anonymity and Security features for potential whistleblowers and has published several thousand documents, although it is not clear how many of them have been submitted via the website.
Contact Web Form
contact web form: http://www.wikispooks.org/blog/contact (N.B. this is unencrypted)
Social Networking publicity
Mainstream media print and broadcast journalists and politicians etc. i.e. influential people at which whistleblower leaks are targeted, are busy people, but can sometimes be enticed to read about whistleblower issues through Twitter or FaceBook or blog RSS feeds etc.
WikiSpooks blog: http://www.wikispooks.org/blog/
RSS feed: http://www.wikispooks.org/blog/feed
Financial Donation methods
PayPal (not currently working)
Wikispooks Bitcoin address: 197bb9NMpo8jRzKc2PPizJ5CMzptrBdxEv
Currently accepting submissions of whistleblower leaks ?
Explicit promises about Anonymity, Privacy or Security
Realistic, sceptical promises about best efforts to preserve anonymity and security, whilst taking above average technical precautions.
Restrictive Legal Terms & Conditions
No , but there is a strong editorial policy
Practical Advice on preserving Whistleblower Anonymity
Some advice and caveats are available at
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 weak 56 bit cipher suites , but no deprecated SSL ver 2.0 protocol which could be used to exploit them in a Man-in-the-Middle downgrade attack, so this whistleblower document submissions to this SSL server should be acceptably secure in transit.
PGP Public Encryption Key
PGP ID: 0xE1CCF96F
Type: RSA 2048/2048
Cipher: AES 256 bit
PGP Fingerprint: 0418 E7B0 2BE0 5436 A747 6AE0 7C4E E1EC E1CC F96F
TOR Hidden Service
Domain Name Resilience
The threats of legal court proceedings against Domain Name Registrars and Domain Name Service providers are lessons which WikiLeaks.org emulators should take note of:
Domain Name Registrar
http://www.blacknight.com Blacknight Internet Solutions Ltd is based in Carlow, Ireland
Multiple Domain Name Service providers, in different legal jurisdictions ?
blacknight.com is based in Ireland
WikiSpooks.com is hosted in Ireland (at Black Night
Alternate Domain Name aliases
The following alternate domains are currently available:
* wikispooks.com [220.127.116.11] * wikispooks.org [18.104.22.168]
Actual Physical Mirrors of the website:
The site is also in process of mirroring to a separate VPS in Iceland
Content available via BitTorrent etc P2P etc.