May 03, 2023: We are pleased to announce that we have migrated to foia.org in light of our new identity, which is pursuant our modus operandi: Freedom of Information Activists
Oct 26, 2022: We are pleased to announce that the tiered access changes were successfully deployed. Please feel free to invite your friends and colleagues.
Jul 25, 2022: Regrettably, after a third failed deployment, the tiered access modifications will be re-attempted on Oct 26.
May 10, 2022: Please refrain from representing our community away from this website or in any emails unless authorised - for clarity, no one is authorised to do so on Twitter.
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Freedom of Information Activists combat corruption by bringing meaningful engagement to active citizens for a fair society. We host pertinent discussions as an unincorporated body for a diverse community of conscientious contributors - from public servants, to legal students, and stay-at-home mums and dads. Since May 1, 2023, our caretaker in charge is Brian Whittaker.
We host sensitive discussions by allowing access to registered users only. We do this to reduce the risk of libel or a compromise of ongoing investigations. As of Oct 2022, new users may freely register to obtain provisional access, and should you wish to do so, then please proceed to the Registration Page.
We frown upon premature disclosures of apparent matters of public interest, and our community abstains from disclosing ongoing investigations outside of this website. If you are a journalist, then you may register by disclosing your occupation. Please refrain from hounding individual users via social media.