Alice is a whistleblower. She wants to blow the lid off of dirty deeds within her organization, activity that is illegal, unethical or just plain wrong. She wants to bring this activity to light by reporting it to lawyers or media outlets.
Persecution of whistleblowers has become a serious issue in many parts of the world, and Alice has a very real reason to be scared of sharing what she knows. She may get fired from her job, threatened with lawsuits, or even thrown in jail.
Alice wants to blow the whistle and report wrongdoings anonymously and confidentially, but she doesn’t have a way of doing this without negative consequences. The lack of a method for sharing what Alice knows leaves her feeling frustrated, powerless, and afraid. Alice wants to take the moral and ethical high ground and she should be able to do that without fear of harm coming her way.
With the Stegos Whistle App, Alice shares, anonymously and securely, text, photos, audio, video, and documents with media outlets or lawyers.
Whistle comes pre-loaded contacts such as the New York Times, The Guardian, and other influential media outlets.
Alice uses her smartphone to take pictures of her evidence that supports her concerns, and uploads those pictures, along with an explanation, directly to the outlets that she has chosen to share with.
Without the Whistle App, Alice faces legal action, criminal charges, social stigma, and termination from her job. With Stegos Whistle, Alice holds the moral high ground and becomes the hero that she never knew she could be.