"every publisher, NGO, and journalist can get a free decentralized, secure digital mailbox. Whistleblowers can send without risk."
The onus is then on the organizations that choose to set up the mailboxes. They will be the ones to 'vet' and publish, while taking the attendant risk of being in receipt of materials they are by law forbidden from possessing. As with Wikileaks the "whistleblowers" suffer no blow back, beings safely anonymous. This is shrewd on the part of the OpenLeak organization. They themselves will not suffer one sort of blow back that Brave Sir Julian has suffered, charges of reckless endangerment.
Given that this organization was started by disgruntled XWLeakers, might not they be tempted to deposit some info into that mail box entitled "Dirt on Brave Sir Julian"?
Also, what will happen when the inevitable split happens within the OpenLeaks community? What will the next spin-off be called? Take-aLeak? Spring-aLeak? One thing is certain, DOD and State wish there was a Plug-aLeak organization.