Daniel Domscheit-Berg, who left the site after disagreements with its founder, plans to launch Openleaks in the coming months. The technology, which can be embedded in any organisation's sites, will allow whistle-blowers to anonymously leak data to publishers of their choice. Its founders say it will address problems they had with Wikileaks. "We felt that Wikileaks was developing in the wrong direction," Mr Domscheit-Berg told BBC News. "There's too much concentration of power in one organisation; too much responsibility; too many bottlenecks; too many resource constraints." He said that the team did not want the responsibility of deciding what was or was not relevant and what would be good for the organisation as a whole to publish. "This is the wrong question and should never be asked."