Now available for download, #UseAMaskUseTor wallpapers:
No donation required to download this package, but if you love these wallpapers, consider our suggested donation of $5.
From 16:00 UTC today, we have @torproject "State of the Onion" https://blog.torproject.org/state-of-the-onion-2020-event #privacy
🗓️ Save the date for the (virtual) State of the Onion 2020: Nov. 16 @ 16:00-18:00 UTC.
We'll discuss Tor's accomplishments in 2020, plus hear from @securedrop, Library Freedom Project, Ricochet Refresh, @OpenObservatory, The Guardian Project and @micahflee.
Starting today, your donations to Tor will be matched by a group of donors who believe in the importance of resisting the surveillance pandemic, up to $100K. #UseAMaskUseTor
With this match, your impact will be DOUBLED: https://torproject.org/donate/donate-usetor-md-fot
📱 Time to update: Tor Browser 10.0.3 for Android is out now.
We began working on this project in April with the goal of rebuilding the Tor Browser for Android on Mozilla's new Android Firefox Browser, Fenix. We have successfully achieved this goal: https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-browser-1003
Use a mask, use Tor. And now, use your Tor mask! Make a gift of $50 before Dec. 31 and get your very own 😷
Zoom is deleting events that criticize Zoom censorship... 🤨
Students shouldn't have to sacrifice their privacy to get an education online.
Between November 6 & 9, @torproject and LocalizationLab will host the first edition of the Tor L10n Hackaton. In this localization hackathon, we'll work exclusively on the localization of our latest resource, the Tor Community portal. Join us! #TorL10nHackathon
"Persistent location monitoring of schoolchildren risks becoming yet another facet of the school-to-prison pipeline... providing law enforcement with unprecedented tracking capabilities for monitoring children of color."
The Secure the News project by Freedom of the Press Foundation now tracks which news organizations offer @torproject onion services to protect reader privacy and enable censorship circumvention. Check it out:
📈 Leaderboard: https://securethe.news
Over the last 2 years, onion service usability has become a primary feature of Tor Browser. The security and improved usability of onion services are the reason we can run an onion adoption campaign like #MoreOnionsPorfavor.
Read our latest blog post:
How can you use Tor to circumvent internet censorship? Our Anti-Censorship Team Lead Philipp Winter explains:
A recent study found that 67% of the apps played by 3- to 4-year-old children collect data and share it with third-party marketers.
Last month our new Board Director Chelsea Komlo talked about the Walking Onions project during the USENIX Security conference. The video is now available, and you can learn more about this ongoing research on the Tor network scalability and performance here:
"We must do better than subjecting our students to surveillance and violations of their privacy."
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