You can now track internet censorship in near real-time with OONI Explorer.

That means online censorship during events like protests and elections can now be confirmed and reported quickly.

Start exploring: explorer.ooni.org

Privacy isn't about hiding bad things.

It’s about protecting what defines us as human beings, who we are: our day-to-day behavior, our personality, our fears, our relationships, and our vulnerabilities.

- Isabela Bagueros, Tor ED
blog.torproject.org/better-int

Next Friday at , Roger Dingledine will get you up to speed on the ways governments have tried to block Tor, walk through our upcoming steps to stay ahead, and give you some new—easier—ways that let you help censored users reach the internet safely.

Our users rely on bridges if their ISPs or governments block access to the Tor network. The difficulty lies in handing out bridges to censored users but not to censors. We tackle this problem with the tool BridgeDB.

Version 0.7.1 is out now: blog.torproject.org/new-releas

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