In most cases, the following information will suffice.
My personal email is: email@example.com Telephone: +44(0)7753175089 Twitter: @ptr_yeung Facebook: peter.g.yeung
Note: The email providers may store your message indefinitely and may disclose it to law enforcement agencies and others under certain circumstances. If you wish to protect your anonymity, consider writing to me at Peter Yeung, The Times, The News Building, 1 London Bridge Street, London SE1 9GF, United Kingdom.
Sensitive data, leaks, whistleblowing
However, if you wish to provide sensitive information about corruption, wrongdoing or any other story that think I will be interested in, there are some secure options to keep your identity protected through encryption.
You can use the phone app Signal to message me on the number +44(0)7874056681 (note: this only number works only works on the app and can't be called). Download it here.
Or you can use PGP, which is explained here. This is my fingerprint: 7AEE AAB9 FFD9 15E9 6E63 0DC9 611E EBE4 2B0E D4DC
Note: A third party might still be able to intercept your message by compromising your computer or mine. Your e-mail provider and mine will also see the From, To, Subject and Date of your email, along with various other metadata. They may keep a permanent record of this metadata and may disclose it to third parties.