Non-governmental, non-profit online news site ProPublica’s dark web V3 domain

Founded in 2007, ProPublica is a nonprofit company based in Manhattan, New York City, that describes itself as a non-governmental, nonprofit online news site that provides investigative reporting in the public interest. ProPublica's name comes from the Latin word "pro publica," which means "for the people," highlighting its position as "journalism dedicated to the public interest.

Since becoming the first online media outlet to win a Pulitzer Prize in 2010, ProPublica has won six Pulitzer Prizes (including collaborations), making it a regular winner of the top U.S. journalism award and as original and in-depth as any leading U.S. news outlet.

ProPublica says its investigative journalism is conducted by a staff of full-time investigative reporters, and the resulting stories are distributed to news partners for publication or broadcast. In some cases, journalists from ProPublica and its partners will co-author a story. proPublica works with more than 90 different news organizations, including 60 Minutes, CNN, USA Today, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The San Diego Union-Tribune, The Times-Albany Union, The Newark Star Chronicle, New York Sun, Huffington Post, PoliticoSalon.com, Slate, MSNMoney, MSNBC.com, Reader's Digest, Business Week, and Newsweek.com, among others.

The ProPublica news site has the following features.

Simple and professional design of website pages

Create a new "crowdsourcing model" of user relations

Open sharing of data and capital

Profit model based on the provision of information content

ProPublica was the first online media outlet to win a Pulitzer Prize and the first major news outlet to own a dark web .onion domain. ProPublica says it "launched this in part because we do a lot of reporting, writing, and coding about issues like media censorshipdigital privacy and surveillance, and breaches of private medical information."

ProPublica techie Mike Tigas revealed that in addition to his work at ProPublica, he is also the developer of Onion Browser, an unofficial Tor browser for iOS.

ProPublica V3 domain:
http://p53lf57qovyuvwsc6xnrppyply3vtqm7l6pcobkmyqsiofyeznfu5uqd.onion
Clearnet:
https://www.propublica.org
v2 domain:
http://www.propub3r6espa33w.onion

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