Moomeo is a relatively new site based on a powerful, simple idea. It creates a webpage out of any email sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. This website comes with easy links to share it on Facebook, Twitter and anywhere else on the web. Importantly, it does not show the sender of the email, ensuring that her / his identity is a secret. However, Moomeo does have a clear disclosure policy, which means that your identity can be revealed if you use an email that is tied to your name, or a well known online identity associated with you. So rule of thumb, if you are going to send a potential explosive email, it’s best to do it from an email that cannot be traced back to you.
This caveat aside, Moomeo is a tremendously easy way to get sensitive information out into the public domain. Sites likes Wikileaks also Publishes and comments on leaked documents alleging government and corporate misconduct, but can be daunting for non-technical users to add information on to quickly and securely. Moomeo has a distinct advantage in this regard.
An example of an email I penned to test the system, and instantly available online, can be viewed here. Moomeo’s platform allows for comments, comment subscription via email and RSS and integration with leading social networks.
Moomeo supports attachments, does not need registration, and is free.
Who in Sri Lanka use this first? And will this site also be banned or blocked if, for example, revelations related to war crimes make their way on to it?