STAFF WRITER / THE NEW YORKER
Here are a few ways to contact me more securely:
Signal: This is an easy-to-use messaging app that you can download on an iOS or Android device. It offers end-to-end encryption for calls and texting. It’s maintained by a privacy-oriented nonprofit, which does not log the communications. You can reach me on Signal at (202) 996-5100—a number that I have not yet set up for use with regular calls or texts.
Encrypted Email: PGP (or Pretty Good Privacy) is a way to encrypt emails or documents. It requires a little more skill than an app like Signal to set up and run. If you are unfamiliar with it, there are many resources online that can explain it better than I can here. My public key can be found on MIT’s key server, or here, and my PGP fingerprint is:
9442 5B17 EC4B 368A 2FCB 8702 0D05 6F39 3D90 7157
Mine is: raffiwriter[at]protonmail[dot]com.
It might take some time for me to respond on Protonmail.
Snail Mail: You can always send me an anonymous letter:
WARNING: At the moment, because of the pandemic, I will not be able to access any mail sent to the address above.