The Wall Street Journal Launches Secure Tips Site: SafeHouse

Looking for a secure way to submit tips, information, documents, and other files directly to The Wall Street Journal? Look no further than SafeHouse.

Looking for a secure way to submit tips, information, documents, and other files directly to The Wall Street Journal? Look no further than SafeHouse.

SafeHouse is a stand-alone site located on secure servers and managed directly by WSJ editors. It allows users to choose whether or not to include their contact information, and a senior WSJ editor will be assigned to monitor SafeHouse and review all submissions. Users who choose to remain confidential can fill out a secure online form, which will be followed up by a WSJ editor.

WSJ parent Dow Jones & Co. editor-in-chief and WSJ managing editor Robert Thomson said:

The Wall Street Journal is the world’s most trusted source of news, and SafeHouse will enable the collection of information and documents that could be used in the generation of trustworthy news stories.