Do you want to share a tip or information with CultureMass? We have a few ways you can share confidential tips, files or photographs with our editors. No communication channel is totally secure, these tools can help you protect your anonymity. Below are several tools – from snail mail to apps – that help you discreetly share information with CultureMass.
Please don’t use these tools for questions, comments, pitches or press releases — we welcome general correspondence like that here.
Tips we welcome
The CultureMass editors welcome tips that are rooted in a clear issue or problem with serious consequences. Be specific. Provide documentation or evidence to back up your tip. We can’t rely on hunches or rumors.
Tips that we welcome:
- Evidence of corruption by an elected official
- Evidence of abuse of power a public company or university
- Proof that a company has discriminated against you.
We review tips as they are received and we cannot promise that each will receive a response. Thank you for sharing your tips with CultureMass.
If you’re concerned about privacy, don’t put your personal information on the envelope. We recommend a public mailbox — don’t send it from home, work or a post office.
Mail correspondence, documents or photographs here:
5764 N. Orange Blossom Trail
Orlando, FL 32810
Signal is a free and open-source messaging app that supports end-to-end encryption. It also allows you to share photos and videos. Signal retains no metadata, such as the numbers you called or timestamps. Plus, the app allows messages to self-destruct. That means messages can be set to disappear from the recipient’s and sender’s phones after they’ve been seen.