The former deputy to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is preparing to launch the new website after an apparent falling out with his former boss.
Daniel Domscheit-Berg vowed the new site, dubbed Openleaks, will be more transparent than the original.
He declined to talk about his dispute with Assange, who remains jailed in London on a Swedish arrest warrant.
Berg said Openleaks will simply serve as the means for leaked information to be published without the middleman.
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